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Lutz NewsLutz News SERVING LUTZ/ODESSA 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) Only 1 week left to show your grad how proud you are with a personalized adSEE PAGE 8ADSGRAD (727) 834-4000Just minutes from the Suncoast on State Road 54www.MedicalCenterTrinity.comExperienced ER Care at Tampa Bays NEWEST HOSPITAL The Cheval Athletic Club once only available to residents of the exclusive community has put out the welcome mat for people living outside its gates. Larry King Jr.,son of the famed television interviewer,purchased the athletic club last year. King said,via email,that he has lived in Cheval for nearly 10 years and saw an opportunity to improve the club for the community,and to provide quality equipment that members could enjoy with their families. He purchased the property last November. At this point,and we are not done yet,but I expect to invest $350,000-$500,000 in improvements in this effort,King said. Before he began the upgrade, King said he surveyed the community and researched other clubs in Tampa Bay and elsewhere. I was looking to match the demand for services I was hearing from the potential customer to the best of what is available in and out of our area,he said. The club,at 4142 Cheval Blvd.,already has launched a broad selection of fitness classes and soon will initiate a summer camp for kids,said Pete Young,director of youth development for the club.It also plans to offer an after-school program at the beginning of the coming school year. King said he built his programming around existing and potential club members. I asked them what they wanted and what they needed,he said. His first goal is to meet the demand of the Cheval community,he said.But he also wanted to make the facility available to others,if they want to take part. In addition to its current offerings,the club staff will listen to members to see if theres demand for additional programs,he said. Young said King has been renovating the club ever since he purchased it. This is a brand new workout room.It used to be the tennis pro shop,Young said, during a recent tour of the facility.King knocked down a wall in the room and expanded it,stocking the enlarged space with fitness equipment. He also renovated the group exercise room. This used to be a dumpy workout room with some really bad cardiovascular and weight-training equipment.They just completely gutted it,Young said. There also is a new spinning room upstairs,equipped with 20 top-of-the-line bikes for group exercise classes. These are much,much better facilities now and they have the personnel that can operate a high-end fitness facility,withCheval Athletic Club opens its doors Four candidates are squaring off this campaign season for the honor of placing a palm on Green Eggs and Hamand taking the oath of office. Yes,it is that time of year again when hopefuls step into the fray to seek the honorary title of Lutz Guvna. This isnt the kind of campaign where youll be bothered by robo calls or be bombarded by endless negative ads. There wont be huge media events to announce endorsements in the race,or $40,000-a-plate benefits to generate campaign cash. But this is a campaign where money talks. Seriously. The candidate who raises the most cash wins.It really is that simple. Thats the way it has worked since 1991, when the tradition began. And,the candidates do debate although debate may be too strong of a word. They mostly just try to figure out how to do outdo each other with clever jabs. Indeed,this years hopefuls will be conducting a candidate debateduring the Guvna kickoff,which is set for 2 p.m.to 4 p.m.May 19 at the Old Lutz School House, 18819 US 41 N.Besides hearing from the candidates,event-goers also will be able to enjoy food,games and music. Competing for the Dr.Seuss-style hat and red sash this year are Karin DAmico,who is representing 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. They join an assorted cast of characters who have sought the coveted title of Lutz Guvna through the years.In one contest, the competitors even included Sticky the Duck,according to published accounts. While its called a race,the annual event actually is about pulling the community together for a host of fun events,which double as fundraisers.Typically,the candidates do flea markets,hold car washes or host spaghetti dinners,chicken dinners, luncheons and barbecues to raise cash for their campaigns. Every cent they collect goes to support community causes. Over the years,the proceeds have been used to purchase scouting tents,support scholarships,buy plants for a butterfly garden,support Little League teams and the Lutz volunteer fire department.Lutz Guvna race is gearing up

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Only $100/wk Carla Nolans affinity for teaching and drama began when she was quite young. As soon as she could talk,she was teaching her dolls. By age 5,she was directing neighborhood kids in musical variety shows. Growing up as the daughter of an educator,Nolan recalls being at her moms school arranging classrooms,creating bulletin boards and stuffing mailboxes on teacher planning days. She recalls the fun she had putting up seasonal decorations and remembers being attracted to the camaraderie of the teachers, and,of course,to the cinnamon rolls the kitchen staff baked on planning days. The Sunlake High reading and drama teacher,this years Pasco County teacher of the year,now sets a positive tone in her Land OLakes classroom. During a recent reading class,students stood in a circle taking turns announcing sentences and clapping to the beat of each syllable.At another point,Nolan read aloud to students,probing them occasionally to relate themes in the book to their lives beyond the classroom. Students play phonemic awareness games,learn Latin and Greek roots,go on scavenger word hunts for unfamiliar terms and use context clues to figure them out. Nolan also helps students sharpen their writing skills as part of a school-wide initiative to foster better writing. Students in her intensive reading class said they know she wants them to learn. Shes taught me a lot,said 17-year-old Angelique Dorsey. She explains things,said 14-year-old Kaitlin Duenas.If you repeat questions,she doesnt get mad. I think she really does care about us, said Felicia Johnson-Rollock,18:I think she believes a lot in you. In her submission for the award,Nolan noted that she subscribes to Abraham Maslows theory known as the hierarchy of needs. I believe that students will respond if their basic physiological needs are met,they are physically safe in their surroundings, they feel a sense of belongingnessin the classroom,and they know that their interactions will be respected by their classmates and their teacher. Shes not married to time constraints and believes students should be involved in setting their learning goals,so theyll be responsible for their learning and invested in the outcome. I do not believe that every strategy is appropriate for every student,and I work to provide options to my students to honor their learning styles,strengths,and needs, she wrote. Her drama students said that philosophy is apparent in her classes.Students do vocal warm-ups,work on improvisation,collaborate on scene development and learn the history and vocabulary of the theater. During one class,students did a readthrough of a play by Mark Kaufmann,a California writer.When the actors finished, the entire class offered comments in a vetting exercise aimed at helping Kaufmann improve his piece.The writer asked for the studentsfeedback,after becoming acquainted with them last year when they rehearsed his play,Betsys Inconvenient Garden, Nolan said. Nolan asked if the class could speak to Kaufmann to get a better understanding of his play,and the playwright agreed. We all came in on a Saturday and we Skyped with him,Nolan said. We got clarification on the play and the characters and all that from him.He really liked the kids.They were very funny and creative in their questioning. Thats why he wanted to know what the kids think of his latest script,Nolan said. The drama students said theyre not a bit surprised Nolan won the countywide honor. I thought she would get it sometime in her lifetime,said 18-year-old Lucas Witthoeft.She has zero tolerance for people slacking off,said the second-year drama student. Seventeen-year-old Jay Fernandez,another senior,said he was thrilled for Nolan. I let her know that she deserves it.To me,shes more than a teacher.Shes a friend,he said. Eighteen-year-old Meghan Collins has taken drama all four years of high school, but didnt transfer to Sunlake High until her junior year.She called the class a delicious, helpful,fun souffl. Cathy Lorenzo,16,said Nolan is adept at working with students at every level. She can interact with her students and not let them feel stupid. Meghan Nolan,14,who is in her mothers drama class,is thrilled by her moms achievement.It is awesome,she said.She loves what she does.Sunlake teacher is Pasco Countys teacher of the year Holloways Farm SupplyOPEN 7 DAYS AWEEK813-949-68093036 Land OLakes Blvd.(US 41) (US 41,just south of Hungry Harrys BBQ) BABY CHICKS ARE IN! 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Call a PodiatristFAMILYFOOT& ANKLECAREFOOT/ANKLESURGERYWOUNDCARECall for Appointment.813-406-4806Accepting New Patients Most Insurance Accepted Reasonable Rates for Uninsured Lee Edwards had her Kentucky Derby plan all laid out. She and her husband,Joe,would attend Derby Day in their community of Southport Springs in Zephyrhills,and the 71-year-old would compete in the derby hat contest. That plan changed however on April 26, when the derby hat that Edwardsdaughterin-law made for her to wear at her communitys contest won the top prize in Kathie Lee and Hodas Homemade Derby Hat Contest,sponsored by The Today Show. The hat features pink feathers,ribbons and miniature plastic horses that actually rotate around its brim,as if competing for the first jewel in horse racings triple crown. So,instead of heading out to watch the derby with friends,the Zephyrhills couple was treated to a trip to watch the 138th running of the Kentucky Derby.They jetted off to Louisville,where they stayed in the luxury class Galt House Hotel,on the banks of the Ohio River,Lee Edwards said.They went to a reception at the hotel that evening and then to Kentucky Oaks,a charity horseracing event the following day.It was a posh affair,with tickets going for $350 each.The couple watched from a sixthfloor air-conditioned suite in an exclusive area known as Millionaires Row at Churchill Downs,where they could step onto a balcony to watch a race when they wanted.Their tickets for the Run for the Roses the following day were valued at $750 each. The couple headed out to the track around noon,watching races all day long again from their sixth-floor suite. Lee and Joe tasted their first mint juleps. I liked it very much,said Joe,who is 71. Lee was less enthused.She found another drink more to her liking. They had a drink called Lily.It was Grey Goose Vodka with sweet and sour in it.It was pink.I loved that,she said. The food was delicious,Joe said,noting the buffet had carving stations for turkey and roast beef and vegetables prepared in every way imaginable. The desserts were to die for,he said. They make a cheesecake,with an inch of this Derby Pie in the middle of it.I just kept going back and forth. Joe and Lee enjoyed the spectacle of it all. The fashion and the shoes you know, those Lady Gaga shoes,Lee said.It was just wonderful. I was so impressed with the fashion on display,Joe agreed.Ive never seen this kind of fashion before. Watching the race from the balcony was a thrill,Joe said. We were just ahead of the first turn.This is where you see them stretched out.Its like something out of the movies.Theyre galloping,by then,he said. The roar of the crowd is amazing,he said.It was like two trains coming by. Lee put a $2 bet down on Bodemeister to win,place or show. My horse was leading until the very end,she said,then Ill Have Another closed the gap to cross the finish line first. She still won $20. Joe said it was fun to be part of Millionaires Row,if only for a little while. Its hard to believe that people live like that,he said.Wed go out and put a $2 bet down.The people next to me,one guy,[told the clerk taking bets] Put 15 grand on No.5 and put 14 [grand] on No.3. After the race,the couples derby adventure continued. Saturday evening after the race,we went to an after party for the derby and they brought some of the jockeys in,Lee said. They also enjoyed celebrity sightings at the derby and its related festivities. Miss Kentucky was there.Doris Roberts was at the Kentucky Derby,and a lot of movie stars,Lee said. The Zephyrhills woman was a bit of a celebrity herself,being interviewed by a local news crew,while donning her prizewinning hat. Lee admitted that she didnt wear her hat a lot. I cant wear it very long.Its very heavy, Lee said. When she wasnt wearing it,Joe was carrying it. Im the hat carrier,he said,good-naturedly.Thats what I spent my three days doing.A day at the races

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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 Laser Welder Repairs!Let us fix your eyeglasses & much moreWe Buy Gold & Diamondsat the guaranteed highest price and paid in cash!EXPERTWATCH& JEWELRYREPAIR 10% OFF$5.00OFFFREE 2153 Collier Pkwy Land OLakes 813-909-4888www.FranklinJeweler.netSINCE 1946 Franklin JewelersMON-FRI 10AM-6PM SATURDAY 11AM-5PM CLOSED SUNDAYSGIA & EGL Diamonds AvailableALL JEWELRYREPAIRSNot valid with any other offers. 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Free In-Home Estimates Youll Adore Youll Adore Our Our FLOORS FLOORS Please,Do Your Part!RECYCLE TODAY Use Blue Bags for your RecyclablesWEST....727-847-8041CENTRAL....813-235-6012 x8041EAST....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 & JarsIvy Landell was recently named the recipient of Medical Center of Trinitys 2011 Frist Humanitarian Award for employees. Landell,womens services patient liaison,is now eligible for the nationwide honors given by Hospital Corporation of America (HCA),the parent company of the Trinity facility. Landell,a registered nurse,has been an employee of the hospital for more than 20 years.She works with patients at the bedside to ensure their needs are met.She counsels patients and families,and makes herself available after hours for questions and concerns.She is also active in organizations like the American Cancer Society and the Good Samaritan Clinic. The award was named in honor of Dr. Thomas Frist Sr.,one of the original founders of HCA.It recognizes individuals whose daily dedication epitomizes the highest standards of quality and personal commitment.Three national awards are given annually,and each HCA facility selects local recipients.Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point has announced its 2011 Frist Volunteer Humanitarian Award was presented to Otto Ottaviano. Ottaviano has been a volunteer at the hospital since 1996 and has 14,077 hours. He started as an employee.Ottaviano is also a member of the Knights of Columbus. The award honors individuals for humanitarian and volunteer services working at Hospital Corporation of America (HCA), Regional Medicals parent company. Ottaviano receives a $250 savings bond,a lapel pin and a plaque among other things. He is eligible to compete for the national award.Medical Center of Trinity,9330 SR 54,is offering scheduled tours through its obstetrics program.The tours are led by a registered nurse.The next tour date is May 19.Reservations are required.Call (727) 8345630 to register.The obstetrics program at Medical Center of Trinity,9330 SR 54,hosts a motivational class outlining the health benefits of breastfeeding with a focus on fundamentals and how to find support.The next class is May 19 from 1 to 3 p.m.Reservations are required.To sign up,call (727) 834-5630 to register.The obstetrics program at Medical Center of Trinity,9330 SR 54,hosts a monthly pediatric CPR class from 9 to 11 a.m.The next class is May 19.The program is designed to teach how to save a childs life using skills crafted by the American Heart Association course.The fee is $15 for one person and $25 for two.For reservations, call (727) 834-5630.HPH Hospice in partnership with the Alzheimers Association Florida offers a free support group for caregivers the fourth Thursday monthly at The Commons on Pretty Pond,38130 Pretty Pond Road in Zephyrhills from 3 to 4:30 p.m.Light refreshments will be served.Registration is requested.For more information or to sign up,call Stephen Cook at (813) 780-6797.Medical Center of Trinity,9330 SR 54, hosts a support group called Chatterboxes every other Thursday for those with communication difficulties.The next meeting is May 24 at 3 p.m.Caregivers and spouses are encouraged to attend.For more information,call (727) 845-0757.Florida Hospital Zephyrhills will host two upcoming seminars in its wellness center May 30.The first is at 2 p.m.,which focuses on advances in allergy and sinusitis treatment. The second is to help those with hearing loss at 3:30 p.m.Light refreshments will be served.To register,call (813) 406-4400.--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

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 Tracy Clouser is the new director of marketing for Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel. Clouser,who has lived in Wesley Chapel for 13 years,has 19 years of marketing and communications experience with health and human services organizations in Tampa Bay. She is responsible for marketing and communications related to the new hospital and Health and Wellness Center. Her key responsibilities include branding, service and product line strategy,marketing communications, employee communications,public/media relations,web services and community outreach. She is a past board member of the American Marketing Associations Tampa Bay Chapter,the Wesley Chapel Athletic Association,and The Junior League of Tampa. Michelle Oswald is the new director of marketing for Florida Hospital Zephyrhills. She will be responsible for the strategic development;direction,implementation,and tracking of marketing plans;driving growth through optimized advertising and promotional mix;and overseeing marketing and communications for the hospital,employed physician group,centers of excellence,and outpatient services. Oswald has more than 15 years of experience in strategic marketing,project management,leadership,and communications. Mary Adele Cluck has been named executive director for the Greater Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce. She was selected after the hiring committee reviewed dozens of resumes from the community and around the country and was chosen for her strong management and organizational skills as well as her many years of involvement with the chamber, states Debra Kaplan,the chambers president,in a news release. Cluck has been on the chambers board since 2006 and an executive board member since 2008.She has served the chamber in numerous capacities. Taylor Morrison West Florida Division increased sales contracts by 35 percent in the first quarter,compared to the first quarter of 2011. Traffic from interested buyers also has increased by 33 percent in the first quarter. As a result,Taylor Morrison has added these new staff members to its team:Karen Weiss,warranty coordinator;Erin Ferguson, sales and marketing coordinator;Tuan Le, senior purchasing agent;Carolyn Tonachio, design studio consultant;and, Marty Schond,construction employee. Taylor Morrison has more than 20 active communities in West Florida and more in the works.For more information about Taylor Morrison contact (866) 495-6006 or visit taylormorrison.com. The winners of the Tampa Bay Builders Associations 2012 Parade of Homes include several builders with homes in Northern Hillsborough,Central Pasco and East Pasco. They were selected from nearly 90 model homes built by 36 homebuilders in more than 50 Tampa Bay area communities. This years new-home showcase boasted a 26 percent increase in entries from last year,and a 70 percent rise from the market bottom in 2009. An independent panel of home-building experts judged the competition.They considered such factors as site plan,curb appeal,design,materials,outdoor living spaces,architectural detailing and workmanship. Grand and merit awards were given to area homes in the following price ranges: Homes priced $151,000-$200,000: Grand award Lennar,the Siesta Key at Thousand Oaks,Trinity. Merit award -Ashton Woods Homes,the Amhurst at Palm Cove,Wesley Chapel. Homes priced $201,000-$250,000: Grand award Lennar,the Hamilton at Live Oak Preserve,New Tampa Homes priced $301,000-$350,000: Grand award Ryland Homes,the Celebration in Pinewood Village at Live Oak Preserve,New Tampa. Merit award Standard Pacific Homes, the Chelsea in Peregrina at WaterGrass, Wesley Chapel. Merit award Mobley Homes,the Briarwood in Bassett Creek at K-Bar Ranch, Tampa. Homes priced $351,000-$400,000: Grand award Avalon Building Corp.,the Antigua in Watermark at Seven Oaks,Wesley Chapel. Merit award Standard Pacific Homes, the Venetian in Sterling Oak at Live Oak Preserve,New Tampa. Homes priced $401,000-$450,000: Grand award M/I Homes,the Grandshore at Easton Park,New Tampa. Homes priced $451,000-$500,000: Grand Award Southern Crafted Homes, the Strathmore II at Stonegate,Land OLakes. Merit Award Homes by WestBay,the Calusa at LakeShore Ranch,Land OLakes. Homes priced $501,000-$550,000: Grand award Bakerfield Custom Homes Corp.,the Belle Soleil II in Summerglade at WaterGrass,Wesley Chapel. Merit award Mobley Homes,the Nantucket V in Bassett Creek at K-Bar Ranch,New Tampa. Homes priced $551,000-$650,000: Grand Award Homes by WestBay,the Key Largo III at Live Oak Preserve,New Tampa. Homes priced $901,000-$1 million plus: Merit award Taylor Morrison,the Tuscany at Ladera,Lutz. The Wesley Chapel Business Forum & Networking group meets from 8 a.m.to 9:55 a.m.Mondays,at the Lexington Oaks Golf Club,26133 Lexington Oaks Blvd.in Wesley Chapel. There is no cost to attend.Coffee and breakfast are available for purchase. The group is a gathering of local business leaders in the South Central Pasco and North Hillsborough areas,who are interested in growing their businesses and incomes. For more information,contact John Roth, the groups coordinator,by calling (813) 377-2622 or john.roth@ibuilderz.com.

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GRAD ADSOnly 1 week 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. We couldnt be prouder of you as our son and brother.Love, Mom, Dad & Angelina Aaron WilliamsonNOTACTUALSIZE Actual size is 4.875 x 5 NOTACTUALSIZE Actual size is 4.875 x 2.5 NOTACTUALSIZE Actual size is 4.875 x 5 NOTACTUALSIZE Actual size is 4.875 x 2.5 Whats HappeningWhat s Happening 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.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 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.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) 319-5918 or visit RelayForLife.org/LutzFL.The Pasco County Cooperative Extension office has free workshops for May.They are: 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 US 19,Port Richey.Pre-registration is not required,but appreciated.Call 352-5180156;727-847-2411;813-996-2411;1-800368-2411.Watch The Impostorand munch free popcorn at Willow Bend Community Church on May 19 at 6:30 p.m.In the movie,the leader of a Christian rock band lives one life on stage and another off stage. To see previews,go to www.willowbendcc.org.The church is at 2541 Henley Road,Lutz.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.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.The Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Foundation will hold a catch and release inshore fishing tournament Fishinfor a Mission to benefit the Simpson Breast Health.The event is May 20 at the Magnuson HotelMarina Cove in St. Petersburg starting at 7:30 a.m. Joining other anglers will be Adam Hayward of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and other Bucs.All proceeds will support the Simpson Breast Health Center.Registration is at 8 a.m.and an awards celebration starts at 3 p.m.Magnuson Hotel Marina Cove 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 Kids program,which tries to preserve artseducation in schools.There will be a 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 demonstrate limbo 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.

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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 The Laker/Lutz News Staff ReportThe HiBrow Gallery will close out its artist of the month series until October with a showing May 19 of the work of Wendy Win Hammer, a rising star in the world of folk art. The event also will allow gallery guests to mingle with Win from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and celebrate her upcoming birthday on May 21. Cake will be served and there will be special prices on Wins work. Win is a mentally challenged adult, whose work in recent years has received acclaim. Several renowned Highwaymen artists, including R.L. Lewis Jr., James Gibson, and Robert Butler, own her work. Peter Loose, the respected folk artist, also collects Wins work and President Jimmy Carter owns two of her original paintings.Win is the youngest daughter of Bill and Carolyn Hammer, and was born in St. Petersburg in 1960. She is extremely proud of her southern heritage and of being a Floridian.Creativity runs in the family. Her great uncle,Walter Hammer, was a luthier (violin and bow maker), and her paternal grandmother, Mary Frances Robinson Hammer, was a shoe designer.Wins affection for wrestling as a child led her to choose her nickname.With aspirations to become a wrestler, she dubbed herself Win Champion. She sometimes still applies her holds on her sister and best friend Milli.Win began painting, at the suggestion of her sister, after the death of their parents as way of dealing with her grief. Bill and Carolyn Hammer died 10 days apart in September 2005, just four months short of their 56th wedding anniversary.Win features pairs of swans in many paintings because they mate for life, like her mom and dad. Wins paintings are colorful and touching, and reflect the joy in her life. One of her favorite sayings is,when God closes a door, he opens a window. The HiBrow Gallery is at 14125 Seventh St., across from Dade Citys Historic Courthouse Square. For more information, call Stuart Marcus at (813) 417-6336.Gallery features rising star in folk art Win Hammer displays one of her paintings. Win began painting as a way of dealing with grief following the death of her parents and her work is owned by other renowned folk artists and folk art collectors.(Photos courtesy of Stuart Marcus)

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Community SportsCommunity SportsThe Steinbrenner football team felt ready for a district championship and to make its first postseason a year ago,but injuries and inexperience dashed those dreams. The returning Warriors are using lessons learned from a 7-3 campaign to take that next step. Were hungry,said junior inside linebacker Logan McKnight.We want a district championship and to go way farther than that. Steinbrenner did have the first winning season in the programs three-year history, but came up short in two critical district games. A pair of fumbles,including one returned for a touchdown,doomed the Warriors in a 35-25 loss to Tampa Bay Tech,and a seasonending injury to fullback Jake Carroll disrupted the offense in a 37-7 loss to Gaither. Last year our goal was to win districts and make the playoffs,but now I think we have a better sense of how hard we need to work to get there,said sophomore quarterback Curtis Fitch.Last year against Gaither and Tech we werent mentally there.We dont want to feel that again. Carroll,a 5-foot-9,190-pound sophomore,tore the ACL in his right knee on the opening kickoff against Gaither in Week 5. He said watching his team fall to their rival was tough. First of all,I dont really like Gaither,so to go out in that game made it even worse, said Carroll,who had 240 yards on 34 carries last year.It got on my nerves that they won. Losing Carroll changed what the Warriors did with their run-heavy wing-T offense,but it helped them find a new weapon halfback Kendall Pearcey.The junior ended the season with a team-high 776 rushing yards on 98 carries and 11 touchdowns,earning him All-Laker/All-Lutz News Offensive Player of the Year honors. He added 142 receiving yards and two scores and another 441 yards on punt and kick returns. It meant a lot because before I havent been able to contribute very much,Pearcey said.Getting 15-plus carries a game and averaging more than seven yards a carry was great because I always wanted to be able to help the team when it needed me. Pearcey is also recovering from a broken right ankle suffered in the season finale against Middleton.He wont play in the spring game to make sure he is ready for the fall.Once healed,Steinbrenner will have two reliable backfield options. Me and Jake splitting carries is going to wreak havoc because they dont know who to cover,Pearcey said.They cant cover Jake coming up the middle and me coming around the outside,so its an undecipherable offense for any defense. Fitch said the tandem is critical for the passing game. Whenever they get the ball they pick up yards,but when I fake it to them everyone bites,Fitch said.That opens up the pass.They make the whole offense better. The Warriors must completely rebuild their offensive line after losing six members, including every starter.One who is filling a void is 6-foot-2,260-pound junior left tackle Chris Harrison. The line we have now all came in together from Martinez (Middle),Harrison said.Theres a lot of chemistry,especially between myself,our right tackle Blaine Tucker and Zack Goldsmith our guard.Our center,Nick Bosco and Oliver Lack,our other guard,came in last year,so weve worked together for a while. The defense brings back all but three starters.One returner is McKnight,who led the squad with 96 tackles and seven sacks last season. The guys we lost were big parts of our defense,but we think were ready, McKnight said.My bold prediction is were going to let up the least amount of points in the county. Steinbrenner travels to Alonso to play in the second half of the spring jamboree against the host May 24 at 6:30 p.m. Stats as recorded to Maxpreps.com by coachesSteinbrenner learns from near miss in 2011 More spring football coverage,see pages 18,19 A school-record five Steinbrenner student-athletes signed to continue playing their sport in college. Volleyball player Miranda Powell (Florida Atlantic University),softball player Anna Wilkins (Fisk University in Nashville) and football players Alex Vega (Lindenwood University in Illinois),Daniel Fernandez (Florida Institute of Technology),Brian Gainer (University of Mount Union in Ohio) all made their college plans official at a signing ceremony May 3. Its a huge weight off the shoulders, Vega said.I can wake up every day smiling, knowing that I have a place to go next year. For Powell,signing on the dotted line was as sweet as it gets,because she is the first in program history to sign a Division I scholarship. Im really excited just to start the new chapter of my life,Powell said.Im hoping to bring the same enthusiasm and the same energy (to FAU) that Ive always had.This is the icing on the cake. Wilkins spent two years playing club softball for the Lutz Lightning after one season on the Warriors squad her sophomore year.She said her experience at the club level propelled her to this opportunity. Its kind of a relief,to be honest,Wilkins said.Its kind of like all of that has come down to this.All of the hard work Ive put in since I was really little and I never thought Id actually play in college,but I am.Its a really big relief more than anything.Steinbrenners record-setting signing CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800

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Shabby Abbies is now open where you will enjoy Finding Fabulous for Less. Nine shabby chicdesigners specialize in French Country, Romantic Cottage & Cool Coastal decor. Trash to treasure, primitive and unique one-of-a-kind finds includingshabby style living room, dinning room and bedroom furniture. If your taste in home dcor is eclectic and unusual or simply recycled and re-purposed, you must visit our new shop in beautiful Land OLakes. Shabby Abbies furniture and decor is timeless Made in America from the Antique, Retro and Mid-Century periods.Manufactured by Americans in years past and brought back to life today by local Land OLakes and Wesley Chapel girls. Come visit our store and step back into a simpler, more comfortable period of time. Open 10 am to 6 pmTuesday through Saturday. Closed Sunday & Monday. ONE MILE NORTH OF EHREN CUTOFF 6616 Land OLakes Boulevard Land OLakes,FloridaFinding Fabulous For Less... CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 DANCE GYMNASTICS DANCE GYMNASTICSDANCE GYMNASTICS DANCE GYMNASTICS DANCE GYMNASTICS DANCE GYMNASTICS Summer gymnastics classes begin Monday, June 4th Summer camp begins Mon. June 11th Summer dance classes begin Mon. June 18th Cheerleading tryouts are May 20th from 5 to 8pm New Zumba classes begin May 14thSummer gymnastics camp is fun for boys and girls ages 4 and upEarly drop off and late pick up availableFULL DAY CAMP 9am-3:30pm Only $125/week! HALF DAY CAMP 9am-12 noon Only $65/week! REGISTER NOW! Summer Camp & Classes starting soon 23633 Venezia Drive, Land O Lakes At the intersection of SR54 & Livingston813-949-7875 DGATAMPA.COMSPORTS Land OLakes will send both of its Special Olympics soccer teams to the state games for the third straight year. That was the first goal for LOL Blue and LOL Gold players.Next up is claiming a second championship in as many years. Its exhilarating,said midfielder Tara Chamblin,who has been on teams that reached states the last two years.Your heart is pumping,and you dont know what to do.Its like youre going to Hollywood. Chamblin said she was worried when she heard they were going back to states.I told my dad that I was nervous,but he said if we do what we need to do we can win,Chamblin said.She added,I think we got it.We have the best players on our team.Along with Chamblin playing midfield, the squads are helped by quick defenders like Joseph Tramel and Ilsa Hernandez,as well as Kenny Rolph in goal. Its about having fun and trying to do your best,said Hernandez,who has competed for five years.Its fun getting to work together and get better. The squadsoffenses are helped by Yvonne Collinsworth and Andrew Ahearn. The best part is getting a goal,Ahearn said.He added,Im a scoring machine. The games are at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando.Blue won states for the level three teams last year,while Gold finished as level four runner-up. Joseph (Tramel) is on the Blue team, and he and the others who went last year have talked about wanting to go back,said Land OLakes coach Vicky King.They had a good time and theres a lot of fun things to do.Its always their goal to get to states to play,and go to Disney. All of the Gators players are current or former Land OLakes students.Both squads are unified,which means they have two traditional athletes playing with three Special Olympics players at all times. King said the school has a very active Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) club,which has about 140 members. Those are most of our unified players, King said.We have some who play basketball,soccer and other sports.Its a great experience for them too.Theyre great role models for the athletes. King has coached Special Olympics since 1986.Chamblin said King is a big reason the teams are returning to states. She teaches us everything,Chamblin said.Shes been working with us for years. Its great that shes working with it. States are May 18 to 20.Land OLakes is the only Pasco program sending two teams to the event. Gold RosterTara ChamblinYvonne CollinsworthIlsa Hernandez Cynthia LaGreca Katie Lockhart Makenzie Fish* Carrie Godfrey* Brooke Gonzalez* Catherine Gray* Kendra Swetland*Blue RosterAndrew Ahearn Jacob Bednar Colton Larson Kenny Rolph Aaron Secunda Joseph Tramel Samantha Frahm* Kelsee Larson* Tyler Sanders* Joelle Stewart*Gators send two to state Special Olympics *Unified player

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Why you choose The Laker and Lutz News for your local newsPeople living in areas with weekly newspapers like The Laker and Lutz News are seven times more likely to get their news from their community newspaper than from the Internet, according to the National Newspaper Association.Heres what else this 2011 NNA study reports 74% read a local newspaper each week Those readers share their paper with 2.3 persons They spend about 40 minutes every week reading their local newspaper 44% keep their community newspaper six or more days 48% of readers say they never read local news online 51% of readers prefer to receive advertising through the newspaper, compared to 11% on the Internet 52% say that their community newspaper is their primary source of information about the local community, compared to seeking information from friends and relatives (16%) and TV (13%)The LAKER+ Lutz NEWS=YOUR COMMUNITY NEWS EQUATIONLand OLakes, Wesley Chapel, San Antonio, Zephyrhills, Dade City, Lutz, Odessa3632 Land OLakes Blvd,Suite 102 Land OLakes,FL 34639 (813) 909-2800 The only weekly newspaper group covering Lutz and all of central and east Pasco HEAR TINSTITUTEDONT MISS A BEAT.Know when to call 911.813-782-1200 fhzeph.org/Heart TheLAKER PARKNEWS MAY 2, 2012 ZEPHYRHILLS SERVING ZEPHYRHILLS & EAST P ASCOFREEThe Laker/P ark N ews Staff R ep or tIn Febru ar y an d Marc h th is y ear w omen vo lunteer s a nd Lo we s Her o es, all r e pr e senting The B uild Generatio n raised th eir ham mer s on a H abitat f or Humanity o f East & C entr al P asco C ou n ty co nstr uctio n site On May 5 ,W o men B u ild vo lunteer s w ill p ut the fin ish ing to uc hes o n this h ome in r ecognitio n o f N atio nal Wo men Bu ild We ek.This Wo men B uild ho me is also H a bitat f or Humanity of E a st & Centr a l P asco s 1 0 0th home. Habitat f or H umanity of Ea st & C entr al Pasc o Coun ty w ill c lose o ut W o men B uild We ek b y de dicatin g th e 1 0 0th home with a celeb ratio n on May 12.T h e f estivities w ill star t at 9 a.m a t 3 9307 Coit Ro ad in Dad e City Everyone is in vited to witne ss as th e keys ar e h and ed to th e f amily. Guests m ay tou r the home and th er e will b e a b lock party the me. National Wo men B uild We ek, wh ic h r un s fr om M a y 5 -13 is a n atio nw ide in itiativ e o f Habitat f or H umanity s W omen B uild pr o gra m developed in p artnership with Low e s. This y e ar s them e, The Bu ild G ener ation, r eflects th e ev ents g oal to recruit an d tr ain wome n volu nteer s, as w ell as w e lc ome th e next gener atio n o f Ha b itat Wo men B uilde r s youn g women, ages 1 8 -2 4 to h elp suppor t Ha bitat s m issio n to cr e ate af fordable housin g. This y e ar mo r e th an 200 wo m en voluntee r s in Pasco County wo r ked w ith th e Avalos f amily on its n e w Habitat hou se. Lowes provided in -store v o lu nteer tr aining to suppo rt this cause. It s so e xciting f or us to focus o n wo men an d in c lude th em in o ur building efforts, e xplain ed Step hanie Blac k, d ir e cto r o f Jess ica Av alo s works o n her H abita t fo r Hu manity hom e with her d aughter T he Av alos new house will b e dedicate d on May 1 2. (P hoto b y R ichard Riley) S tuden ts from Ca rro llwood Da y School in teract w ith a gopher to rto ise tha t liv es at C rys ta l Sprin gs P reserve. The sch oo l was amon g fiv e that s pent th e da y at the pre serve as p art o f Project W ET (Photo co urte sy of C rysta l S prin gs Preserve )By M e gan Huss e yThe La k er/Lutz Ne ws Corre spondentMore th an 3 5 0 sc hoolchildren g o t a n educatio n in w ater r esou rces an d had fun too, at the fifth an nual M ak e a Sp lash P r oje ct WET Festival at C rystal Sp rings Pr eser ve rece n tl y. The f estival, c o-sponso r ed by th e pr eser ve and Nestle Wa ters Z ep h yrhills S pr ing Water p lan t, was in ten ded to ed ucate bo th parents an d teac hers a bout th e need to pr eser ve n atur al w ate r and a bou t the Flor idas wa ter r esou r ces as a w hole. W e w ant to tea ch th em about the r ole that w ate r plays in their lif e he r e in Flor id a, an d the r ole that the y p la y in w ater co nservatio n, s a id Beth Watso n Nestle Wa ters sp okesper son .And we w ant th em to r ealize that, if we dont take car e o f our natu r al r esour c es, the re sources w ont b e h er e for them an d futur e generations. Students fr om fiv e partic ip atin g sc hools in cluding Sain t Anthon y In terp ar oc hial Cath olic Sc hool in San Anton io and Carrollwood Day Sc h ool in Ta mpa tou r edA wet education at Crystal SpringsHabitat gears up for National Women Build W eek See HA BIT AT pag e8 S ee SPRINGS p a ge8 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 W ill A ggressive ly Fig ht T oProte ct Your Leg al R ights18920 N Dale M abry Hwy S te 101 Lutz, F L (Corner of Sunlake & D ale M abry) TheLAKERFREETheLAKER WESLEY CHAPEL/NEW T AMPA EDITION APRIL 18, 2012 Check It!SUMMER CAMPS.SUMMER FUN.OH YEAH!Page 10Triple threatWesley Chapel senior Ravin Gilbert claimed three championships at the Class 2A-District 9 meet on April 13. The Georgia State University signee won the 100-, 200and 400-meter races. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono) For complete coverage,see page 14. B y B.C.Manio nb cman ion@cn ew spubs .comIce cream trucks hav e b een making the rou n ds for d ecades, but now a n ew business in Lutz is tryin g to bre ak into th e m ob ile sw eets marke t. Un forgettab le C up c ake s & M o re,an online comp any that specializes in g o u rm e t cup cakes, dip p ed p re tzel rod s and m arsh mallo w pop s,recen tly lau n ch ed a new line of b u sine ss a c u pcake v an Th e v an makes the r ounds o f vario u s ev en ts,w ith a regu lar Saturd ay stop at the L and O Lak es R ecrea tion Com ple x o n Co llier P ark w a y. T h e co mp an ys fou n der, Sh irle y Q u inon es,believ es she h as the only cu p cake truck in the area. An d n ow shes planning another tw ist sh e th in ks w ould be a fir st f o r the m arket:A cupcake bar. Th e co nce pt for the cup cake b ar is sim ilar to the ap proach at ice cream shops w here p eop le ch oose the ir o wn to pp in gs for sun daes.In this case ,th eyd b e selecting toppings for cup cakes. Wh en Q u inon es lau nched he r c ompany ab out 15 m on th s ago,sh e was looking f or so mething sh e cou ld d o fo r her selfMove over,ice cream man the cupcake vans coming A FESTIVE CELEBRA TIONAntonio Giliard, 25, was half of the duo strutting down Paseo Drive on stilts at Wesley Chapels Celebration of the Arts. Gilia rd, of Land O Lakes, was decked out in an array of colors for Busch Gardens. (Photo by Eugenio Torrens) More photos,page 4.Porters say its time for the county to actBy B.C.Manio nbc m an io n@cnewspubs .co mThe Pasco County Comm issio n is set to con sider on April 24 a p roposed youth sports co mp lex that co uld put the c ounty on the m ap for nation al athle tic tou rnaments,b ut C ounty Administrato r John Gallagher w an ts to kn ow more abo ut potential fiscal im pacts b efore hell sign o ff on the deal. The Porter fam ily,which o wns thousand s of acres of ranch lan d and citrus g roves in Wesley C hapel,has p roposed a develop ment th ey b elie ve w ill create a sign ifican t econo mic boost for the cou nty. Theyve b een n egotiatin g the d eal for months an d J.D .Porter said the time has come for the county to act on the p roposal. Porter ex pressed fru stratio n about th e lack of p rogress in negotiations.Every time weve met with them (county staff),theres been a different path that they wanted to go down in regards to it.W eve taken the approach that we want to honor what they want,but at some point theres got to be a defined direction,said Porter,noting hes ready for the Pasco County Com mission to vote on the familys proposal.Pasco to consider Fields dealSee FIE LDS ,page12 Customers check out the cupcakes of fered by Unforgettable Cupcakes & More at the Land OLakes Recreation Complex on Collier Parkway. (Photo by B.C. 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Dale M abry H wy S te 10 1 Lutz, FL (Corner of Su nla ke & D ale M abry) TheLAKERFREETheLAKER LAND O LAKES/LUTZ EDITION MAY 2 ,20 12 MON-FRI 7AM TILL 5PM SAT 8AM TILL 5PM SUNDAY HOURS ARE SEASONAL 3904 LAND O LAKES BLVD.8 13 -428-692 0 M ULCH PIN E B ARK C OLOR ROCKS L AVAROC K S TEPP ING ST ONES ALL SH APES EDGER T OP S OIL P AVERS FIR E PITS S HE LL RIVERROCK W EED MA TT FIR EWOOD MASON SAND WEEDK ILLER L ANDSCAPE BOU LDERS FIL L DIR T WE IN STALL B RICK P AVERSFOR WEEKLY SPEC IALS VISIT US A TWWW.STONECENTERPLUS.COM 39 WI NS S N N N N S S S A BAGGED AND BULK LANDSCAPE MATERIALS By B.C .Ma n ionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comPic tu re,if y ou will,th ou sands o f so cce r, ba seba ll,softb all a nd lac ross e play e rs stre aming in to Wesle y Ch ape l to test th eir sk ills in their resp ec tiv e sp orts. Man y of th ose play e rs an d the ir fa milies wou ld stic k around fo r a fe w d ays,compe tin g in to urn amen ts,sta ying ov e rn ight at a rea h o tels ,d o ing a little sh opp ing and eatin g at loca l r e stau ra n ts.Thats what Pasco County officials envision will happen with the Fields at Wiregrass,a proposed sports complex that would have 12 fields for soccer and lacrosse and eight fields for baseball and softball.The p rop o sal came a ste p c lose r to re ality on A pril 2 4,wh en th e Pasc o Coun ty Comm issio n voted u n animou sly to allo ca te up to $14 millio n for th e proje ct. W ere on tra ck no w to deliv er a world class fa cility to Pasco Co un ty,said J.D Po rte r,w ho se fa mily ow n s the la nd where the comp lex w ou ld be bu ilt. The Por te rs w ou ld op e ra te a nd maintain the co mp lex,un d e r a n agreemen t w ith th e coun ty. The dea l is n ot entir e ly se a led. In ad d itio n to settin g a sp end ing cap on the p roject,comm issio ne rs d ir e cte d their staff to iron ou t the deta ils of th e d ea l with th e Por ters.S ome issu es n ot ye t re solved in -Sports complex could put Pasco on mapBy B .C.Man io nbcmanion@cnewspubs.comOa sis,A P regn an cy C are Cen te r,h ope s to exp an d by th is tim e ne xt y e ar,said Peter Ca stella ni,ex ecu tiv e directo r of the c enter in Land O Lake s. We fe el that Go d is callin g us to o p en u p a satellite c en ter in W esley C hapel,he said Th e c enter also w ants to in crease serv ices to m en and launch a new p ro gram for stu d ents.The preg n an cy cen ter,w hich o pen ed in 2009 at 3 632 L an d OLak es B lvd.,o ffe rs a free a rra y of se rvices,inc luding pre gn an cy testing,u ltraso und s an d in fo rm ation o n to pics in clud in g fe tal d e ve lop men t,c hild b irth, lactation a nd bab y c are. It h as a n e arn while yo u le arnsy ste m, wh e re b y wo men an d th eir b oy frie nd s o r hu sbands can earn coupons b y atte nd ing classe s,re ad in g bo ok s,w a tc h ing DVD s,a ttend ing B ible stu dy an d ta kin g part in o ther ac tivities.T he co upons c an th e n b e re deemed fo r ite ms su ch as crib s,c h an g ing ta b les,sw ings,pack a nd plays,hig h ch a irs an d to ys. I lik e to say we provid e everyth in g fro m bibs to c rib s, Ca stellan i said Sin ce open ing ,th e cen te r has had m ore than 1 ,300 clie n t v isits ,invo lvin g 30 0 fa milies,C astellani said Ellie S oenk sen sa id sh e had just tu rn ed 20 wh en sh e learn ed sh e w as pre g nan t a nd tur ned to th e ce nter fo r h elp.T he pregn ancy w as u n p lan ned ,an d sh e and her boy frie nd ,Brent no w her h usban d we re happy ,but scare d. So enk sen sa id she was ra ised in a fa mily with stro ng re ligio us c onv ictio n s,an d sh e wa s w orrie d a bo u t how h er par ents wo u ld r eact.She tu rne d to Oasis b ec au se sh e d hea rd ab ou t th e cen ter fo llo w ing a pre vious p regn ancy sc are. On th e driv e to th e pre gn an cy ce n te r, th e co up le w as c on ce rn ed ab ou t b eing le ctured.In ste ad,th ey fo und a frie nd ly a n d we lcom ing atm osp he re So enk sen said The staff c almed her fe ars an d offered u seful adv ic e,S oenks en said .Its really easy to vent there.I exp lained P eter C astellan i, the exe cutive director fo r Oasis, a P regnan cy Care Center, sa id the center w elcomes do nations and volun teers.An Oasis for pregnancy care See COMPLEX ,pa ge13 B y B.C.Ma n ionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comIt m ay not b e easy fo r some to im ag ine, bu t th e man who ove rse es p lan n ing an d gro wth ma n ag emen t for P asco C oun ty predicts that th e W es ley Chape l a rea w ill become the c oun ty s n ew d own tow n.Pasco County historically has grown along the w est coast as grow th pushed up from Pinellas County,but changing dynam ics ultim ately will transform W esley Chapel and the Wiregrass Ranch Developm ent of Regional Impact (DRI) into a m ajor center for com panies and jobs,said Richard Gehring,grow th m anagem ent adm inistrator for Pasco County.The area a lr e ad y ha s e xpe rie nced sig nifican t c hange d uring th e past d ecade, Geh rin g s a id,in cluding T he Shop s a t Wire g rass,a re g iona l sh opp ing ma ll a t S R 56 a nd Br uc e B.Do wns Bou le va rd .Next to the mall,Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel,an 80-bed hospital with room to expand to 300 beds,is set to open this fall at 2600 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.A three-story,100,000square-foot wellness center just broke grown on the property last week.Mean wh ile,the Pasco-He rn an do Commun ity Colle ge is b uildin g its first mu lti-sto ry sa tellite P orte r C ampus a t Wire grass on SR 56,on a site dona te d by th e Porter fa mily. The co mmun ity co lle ge will b e ju st ac ro ss the ro ad fr om a site whe re Raymond Jam e s is u nde r c on tra ct w ith th e P o rt e rs fo r a majo r sa tellite office p ark. Gehr ing pred icte d that o nce con stru ctio n o n th e Ra ym ond Jam e s p ro ject b eg ins ,th e Porte rs lik ely will b e ta lkin g to natio n al and glob a l compan ie s a bou t a dditio n al proje cts in the area.To add to the m ix,the Pasco County Com m ission last week approved spending up to $14 m illion for The Fields at W iregrass,a sports complex that the Porters h ave estim ated w ould gen erate 100,000 hotel bed nights a year by attracting national and regional baseball,softball,soccer and lacrosse tournam ents.The res a lso talk of a ne w shopp ing deve lopmen t at th e Cyp re ss C ree k T ownPasco poised to be regional player Oasis, a Pregnancy Care Center provides baby food, baby clothes and other essentials to its clients for free. (Photos by B.C. Manion)that m y paren ts didn t k no w.No o ne kn ew b ecause w e didnt w ant to get le ctured ,sh e said.The Oasis staff h elped he r u nde rstand h ow to ta lk to h er p arents ab o ut h er p reg nancy .Th ey re minded h er th at sh e was h er pare ntsbab y a nd th ey wo uld lik e ly want to help h er. P u re Sc h au e r Soe nk sens mo ther is o rig inally fro m Sp a in ,but now liv es in Ode ssa.She sa id she had always pictu red he r d aughter g ra d uating fro m college b ef ore S ee OA S IS,pa ge13 See PA SCO ,pa ge13 Richard Gehring Lutz NewsFREELutz News SER VING LUTZ/ODESSA MA Y 2,2012 Call AttorneyJIMHOLLIDAY813-868-1887 AUTO ACCIDENT?SLIP & FALL? No Fees Or Costs Unless You WinHelping Injured PeopleHOL LID A Y BOMHOFF KARA TINO S P.L. Attorneys at LawI Will Aggressively Fight ToProtect Your Legal Rights18920 N. D ale Mabry Hw y Ste 101 Lutz, FL (Corner of Sunlake & D ale Mabry) Check It!SUMMER CAMPS.SUMMER F UN.OH Y EAH!Page 10 Envir onmental educationStudents from Ca rrollwo od Day Schoo l got a close-u p view of a goph er tortoise at Crysta l Sprin gs Preserve recen tly as p art of a n environmen tal e duca tion prog ram called Make a S plash Proje ct WE TFes tival, c o-sponsored b y the prese rve and Nes tle Waters Zephyrhills Spring Water plant. (Photo courte s y of Crystal Sprin gs Pre se rve) Remembering the missingCade ts fro m the Jun ior R OTC progra m at M itc he ll High S choo l p articip ated in a recen t M is sing Man Ce re mony and d ed icatio n o f a p e rmanen t m emo ria l at M ed ical C en ter of T rinity. See s to ry ,p age 4 (Pho to by Tony M ase lla) B y B .C.Manionbcmanion@ cnewspubs.comTrom ping through Lake Dan Nature Preserve,visitors step on branches,pine needles and chunks of w ood where m ature oaks once stood. Sunlight stream s into open spaces in sandhill habitat and pine flatw oods forest, where the oak ham mocksleafy canopy once provided shade and beauty. To onlookers,the afterm ath of heavy equipm ent knocking dow n and grinding up oak trees m ay seem to be evidence of a devastating attack against nature. Environm ental specialists from Hillsborough County,however,tell a different story.The oaks had to be cleared to create conditions that support gopher tortoises,Sherm ans fox squirrels,indigo snakes and other w ildlife on the property at 11009 Tarpon Springs Road in Odessa. A multitude of oak trees becam e estab-Letting the sunshine in at Lake Dan A fo x squ irre l is s po tte d b etwe en the tru nks of a p ine tree a t L ake Dan P rese rve. (Photo by Fred Bellet/Community Newsphoto Service)By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comLearning Gate Comm unity School is one of 78 schools nationw ide named a Green Ribbon School,a new designation that honors environmental excellence. The program recognizes schools that save energy,reduce costs,feature environmentally sustainable learning spaces,protect health,foster wellness,and offer environmental education to boost academ ic achievement and com munity engagement. Lea rnin g Ga te Commun ity S choo l s tuden ts C ole Vaka li (left to right), B ecke tt M arcus, Cass id y Carma n a nd Ju lia na H ess liste n to Jim McG inity a te acher at th e schoo l w ho is eng aged in a re sea rc h proje c t to s ee which b ird s live at the s choo l site and wh ich are tra ve lin g thro ugh (P ho to cou rtesy of L ea rnin g Ga te Commun ity Sc h oo l).Learning Gate wins national distinctionSee LAKE DAN,page13 Se e LEA RN ING G A TE,page13 CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 SPORTS Gaither baseball coach Frank Permuy could only look on in disbelief as a mass of green jerseys mobbed the infield. His Cowboys(19-10-1) bats were left silent in a 2-0 loss to Venice in the Class 7A regional finals May 11.The game was scheduled to be played at Gaither but was moved to Steinbrenner High because of a conflict with Relay For Life. I just think playing over here tonight,we came here mentally, but we left our hearts at Cowboys Field,Permuy said.He added,I thought we played well, we got a lesson on how to bunt today and (Venice) did all the right little things.We just couldnt make anything happen. Permuy learned of the venue change via the Internet and was not pleased with Hillsborough Countys decision to switch the location. Its a shame for (the players) that they couldnt play a regional final game at their own (expletive) field,Permuy said.Im really upset about it. Thats our county and thats the FHSAA not wanting to make an exception in this case.They told us we could do both things simultaneously and then (county athletic director Lanness Robinson) told us we couldnt. The Indians (22-8) took advantage of two Gaither errors in the top of the second inning when shortstop Oscar Mercado and second baseman Cody Robinson botched back-to-back grounders.Cowboys senior pitcher Alex Milne (4-3,2.37 ERA) stayed focused and worked out of it without relinquishing a run. I just said Youve got to get out of this jam and pick your team up,Milne said.I just thought I had to keep us in the game. Gaithers best chance to score came in the second,when senior Jose Gonzalez hit a double over the left fielder.The scoring chance was short lived as Chris Torres and Robinson grounded out.Indians pitchers Tyson Albert and Cooper Hammond kept his team out of sync.Those guys did a great job and kept us off balance the whole night,Permuy said. The Venice offense broke the scoreless tie in the third when a leadoff walk and sacrifice bunt by Grant Banko put a runner on second with one out.Eddie Pastrana recorded the second out by robbing the Indians of an extra base hit on a diving catch in the outfield,but Brandon Elmy drove in the winning run with a single to center.The Indians added a run in the seventh on a Banko hit to left field.They executed well and got the bunts down when they needed to,Milne said. Some go your way and some dont,and tonight it just didnt go our way. Milne finished with six strikeouts,three walks and one earned run in a complete game effort. To reach the finals,the Cowboys defeated Seminole 6-1 at home May 8. On the mound,right-handed senior Evan Gainey went the distance for the second straight game giving up just two hits and an earned run while striking out six.I felt really good and my arm felt outstanding,Gainey said.With a defense like that and hitting like that its so easy to pitch.Gainey (7-4,1.62 ERA) sent down the Warhawks (24-4) in order to start the fourth inning,and the Gaither offense responded by sending nine players to the plate and scoring five runs.Robinson was plunked in the back to load the bases with one out after Gonzalez singled to right field and Randy Oliva walked.Senior catcher Jake Gowen capitalized with a single up the middle to score two.Pastrana brought home Robinson on a sacrifice fly.Permuy credited his seniors for coming up when it meant the most. Those guys busted their butt all week and they really wanted this thing,Permuy said.I dont think anyone has jumped on (Seminole) early like that this year,but we were able to do that and it showed.Gaither loses home field, then game to Venice

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Closer Look AN ADVERTISER PROFILE After meeting Wilma Clarkson, owner of Hello Beautiful clothing boutique in Land O Lakes, its almost impossible to image her in her former job as a heavy equipment operator moving logs in the woods of north central Wisconsin. The petite, fashionably dressed business owner owned a logging operation with her late husband, Jeff, for 25 years. The couple planned to move together to Central Pasco, their longtime vacation destination, but sadly Jeff was diagnosed with cancer and died not long after they finalized their plans to sell their business and retire. After Jeff died, I decided to stick with our plans to move to Florida because it was our dream, said Wilma. She finished liquidating the logging business and moved to Lutz in 2007. Because she has always loved clothes and loved to shop, after moving to Florida Wilma began working part-time at area boutiques, including Hello Beautiful. When Hello Beautifuls former owner decided to sell, Wilma saw the opportunity and bought the business this past January. I worked at Hello Beautiful for six months before I bought it and knew this was the perfect opportunity for me, said Wilma. I love helping women bring out their sexy side and feel more attractive, no matter their age. Hello Beautiful caters to women of all ages and sizes who are looking for trendy clothes that are reasonably priced. Its customers come from neighbors in nearby Lake Padgett and other middle class subdivisions in Land O Lakes and Lutz, as well as visitors and residents of area nudist resorts. The store is located on US 41 in Dupree Plaza, three miles north of SR 54 and just south of the Land O Lakes Post Office. It is in the same center as J. Josephs Salon and Spa. Hello Beautiful sells dresses, pants, skirts and tops for casual wear and sassy, sexy clothing for an evening out. In addition to clothing, Hello Beautiful has shoes, jewelry, wigs, hats and other accessories. My staff and I can help customers obtain a whole new look, or enhance their current one, said Wilma. Wilmas enthusiasm for her store and her customers is contagious. She eagerly waits on customers and offers many creative ideas on how to complete an outfit with accessories. I tapped into my feminine side after moving to Florida by working at area boutiques, even doing some modeling, said Wilma. It just made sense to take it to the next level and buy Hello Beautiful when the opportunity presented itself. I knew I was ready to go into business for myself again and am thrilled to be working with such a wonderful clientele in a business that I love.Trendy boutique clothing is reasonably priced at Hello Beautiful DUPREE PLAZA 813.996.43005132 Land OLakes Blvd. Land OLakes, FL34639Open Tues-Sat 10am-6pm Wilma Clarkson, owner813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com HOMES FOR SALELAKE PADGETT ESTATES EAST3/2/2 home on private cul-desac. Open floor plan, great for entertaining, Fenced yard. Was $139,900, now $134,900. Cody Adams 813-909-07122BR HOME WITH 3 LOTSfronts meandering primitive lake & canal accessing 2 ski lakes. Has scrnd porch + shop bldg. 3rd lot is vacant & buildable. Only $150,000. Call Helen Grantham @ 813-767-4899WILDERNESS LAKE PRESERVEshort sale. 5/3/3 with Media room, Large Master bed and bath. Formal dining and living room, oversized 3 car garage. 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Faith Garcia 813-503-6610OWNER FINANCING FOR 4.67 ACREStoward the back of a horse community! Neighborhood has expensive custom built homes, will allow a new double-wide! Mature trees to surround your dream home. Call Faith Garcia 813-503-6610COMMERCIAL SALE/LEASE5 ACRES ON U.S. 41 NORTHzoned for commercial use with septic, well, and electric from former 12 unit mobile home park! $139,000. Call Faith Garcia 813-503-6610 or 813-949-3600 Ext 106RESTAURANT FOR SALE ON PROMINENT CORNERGrand Blvd, Old Florida Style House wrap around porch. Great business opportunity, New Port Richey, 1/2 acre, lift station. $150,000. Cody Adams 813-909-0712BANK OWNEDCOMMERCIAL BUILDING -5,000 Sq. Ft., zoned C2 on US 41. 3/4 A/C + 1/4Warehouse. Cody Adams 813-909-0712PROFESSIONAL OFFICE SPACE -3,000 Sq. 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Our goal is to make states this fall, Donohoe said.I think we have the players and coaches to get there.Were not just going to accept average or OK or even good.Were striving to be great. Donohoe,who played inside linebacker at Dunedin,spent four years as an assistant at perennial powerhouse and defending Class 6A state champion Armwood before starting Strawberry Crests program. Weve had some good coaches,but coach Donohoe has changed this into a legit program, said junior running back/cornerback Nate Godwin.Everything we do is building the program,and were doing more fundraising too. Hes kind of bringing that Armwood swagger to Freedom. Donohoe said that building starts before kids see a high school field. Its about developing the varsity,the junior varsity and working with the youth football programs,Donohoe said.Thats how you make a program. Along with a new attitude,the players have seen major changes in the structure. Everything is a lot more together,said junior outside linebacker/tight end Isaac Tanner.Practices are a lot more efficient.I wont say theyre better,but we get a lot more done.Last year we basically had one coach,so it was harder to get all the reps in and correct. Sophomore offensive tackle/inside linebacker Dillon Browne added,I see us coming together a lot more as a family.Were more as a brotherhood,and Im seeing a lot more competition,which is fun. Well be talking to each other on Facebook and Twitter about whos going to dominate in practice.We hit each other and see who the best of the best is,but after practice we all come together again. That togetherness and organization is evident before the Patriots hit the field.SPORTS Freedom footballs fresh beginning

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As the mom of nine (yes, nine!) children, my mother doesnt have the time or money to pamper herself and is the most deserving woman I know. She has dedicated her life to the care of her children. She was only able to have one biological child, so she became a foster parent and adopted eight more. My parents gave up their time, money and careers to help kids in need. I wish I could say it has been easy for them, but not a day goes by when my parents are not dealing with one crisis or another. Despite still having four kids at home, my mom helps other cash-strapped families. When she heard about a young, single mother who couldnt afford daycare, she volunteered to watch her toddler almost every day. She also helps baby-sit my two little girls. My moms life is very stressful and she rarely has the chance to leave her house. It would be such a treat for her to spend the day shopping and getting a makeover, and to go out to dinner with my dad without the kids.Our grand prize winner received a bundle of gifts from participating merchants, including a shopping spree from Classy Consignment, cut and color by Shanna Young of Hairstyle Salon, Mary Kay cosmetic makeover by Annette Antinori-Hall, airbrush tan from Tropic Tan and dinner for two at Benedettos Ristorante Italiano.Grand Prize WinnerMICHELLE FALLONof New TampaNominated by daughter Laurie GraulichOur second place winners received a cut and color from Hairstyle Salon.Second Place Winners The LAKER / Lutz NEWS HairStyleSalon My mom survived cancer and also has a disease called MS which makes her tired a lot and not feeling too good. She not only helps our family, but also teaches kids about literature and is always helping her friends when they have problems. Mom teaches 6th grade. Her students are not always the best students and they wear her out because shes really tired after school. Even though she is tired, she still goes to her writersgroup, cooks and cares for us, helps raise money for my band at school and gets things for kids who dont have stuff. My mom likes to look pretty and she saves our family money by doing her hair by herself (sometimes I help her with the back). You should give her a make over because it would make her feel good and it will make other people feel good to because we will know she is happy. My mother inspires me. Through her quiet faith, mom taught me to believe in something larger than myself. Through her volunteering at her church, she showed me that many people live very different lives than we do and we should be thankful and give back. Mom doesnt sugarcoat her words; she listens and calls things as she sees them. Bottom line, she is the most honest person I know. She doesnt make a big deal out of what she does, but to the people she helps she is an angel. Along time ago, mom and dad decided to choose my brother and me from Catholic Charities adoption agency. She wanted me and has always expressed through her words and actions how special I am to her. I just hope she knows how special she is to me. My middle sister, Grissel Jackson, may only be 4 feet 10 inches tall, but she never let her height become an obstacle. She served eight years in the U.S. Army and now works as a civilian in a very demanding job that requires her to work additional hours in the evenings and weekends. I cant recall the last time my sister went to the movies, a show or out to dinner. I recently went through a divorce and my sister has allowed me to stay with her family until I can get back on my feet. I would like to show her my appreciation for helping me in my time of need by nominating her for this makeover. She is very deserving.WENDY HAUVERof LutzNominated by son Dillon FlemingCINDY KAMAT of OdessaNominated by daughter Mary KamatGRISSEL JACKSON of RuskinNominated by sister Omayra Melendez CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 SPORTS Prepractice workouts,which were unheard of last season,are done in unison. We work out as a team and we practice as a team,Godwin said. The defense was Freedoms strength last season,and that side of the ball has the potential to be stronger with several big additions to the line. Defense wins championships,and our defense is looking great,said Tanner,who had 75 tackles and a team-high seven sacks last season.We got some guys who just grew and we got some new kids transferring in.Weve got some giants out there. Both of our ends are 6-foot-4 or taller;ones a freshman (Scott Patchan) and ones a sophomore (Malik Robinson).It makes my job easier. Donohoe has changed the base defense to get more linebackers on the field and is happy with how fast the players have picked up the system. Im really excited about all three levels of our defense,Donohoe said. Were going to let our big and fast defensive ends work around the edge and let the linebackers come from different places to confuse the offense. Donohoe said he believes in keeping players on one side of the ball to let them fully understand the position and plays.The exception is with Browne, Godwin and Tanner. Thank goodness theyre smart kids and have been around for a while, Donohoe said.We can count on them to do both and they make everyone better. The offense lost its leading rusher and top-two receivers,but has continuity at quarterback with 6-foot-3, 200-pound sophomore Taylor King.He has gotten playing time since his freshman year and became the starter in Week 5 last season.He completed 46of-98 passes for 526 yards and one score in 2011. The whole offense has been working hard to learn the new playbook,King said. Everything has been coming together fast because were much more organized. If our offense keeps learning the plays like we are now I think well be good.Were ahead of where we were at last year.Were good on the physical side,but we need to get a little better with the mental side. Donohoe has seen changes in King in just the last few weeks. Hes showing more poise,leadership and attitude,Donohoe said.Thats one thing we preach in everything we do is were developing leaders. The Patriots play at King High for their spring jamboree May 24 starting at 6:30 p.m. Stats as recorded to Maxpreps.com by coaches 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 OUTAcademys Amelia Oliver commits Academy at the Lakes girls basketball player Amelia Oliver has committed to Bacone College,an NAIA program in Oklahoma. Oliver transferred from Sunlake as a senior and helped the Wildcats win a district and regional championship and reach the Class 2A state final four.She had a team-high 18.9 points per game last season.Warriors summer baseball campSteinbrenner baseball coach John Crumbley and assistant Shaun Fowler will lead the third annual Warriors baseball camp this summer at the Lutz Little League for kids ages 6 to 13.Sessions are from June 11 to 14,June 18 to 21,July 9 to 12 and July 30 to Aug.2.Each day is from 9 a.m.to 2 p.m.The cost is $110 per session. To sign up,call (813) 546-9955 or email warriorbaseballcamp@verizon.netSports Editor Kyle LoJacono can be reached at (813) 909-2800 or klojacono@cnewspubs.com.

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ServinIt Up Works for MeIve been advertising on The Lakers restaurant page since the week it launched and Im very happy with the results. Im seeing an average of 20 coupons a weekend that come in from ServinIt Up. Great results from a great local paper that everybody reads. Chef Ben PumoOwner of Benedettos Italiano Land OLakes TheLAKER/ LutzNEWSPut the dedicated and experienced staff at CommunityNewsPublications to work for you. Call 909-2800 today!www.cnewspubs.com 3632 Land OLakes Blvd., Ste 102, Land OLakes, FL34639 4005 Land OLakes Blvdon U.S. 41 in Land OLakesSpaghetti,Manicotti,Lasagna,Fettuccine Alfredo, Chicken Parmesan,Eggplant Parmesan$2.00 Offany entree*Cannot be combined with other offers. Exp. 5/31/12. 813.909.969421529 Village Lakes Shopping Center Land O Lakes, FL 34639 (1/4 mile east of Hwy 41 on SR 54)www.benedettoitaliano.com$10 Off**Must purchase 2 entrees. Dine in only. Cannot be combined with other offers. Not valid toward stone crab, lobster or early dinner specials. One coupon per table/party, per visit. Not valid on split checks. Not valid holidays, special events or lunch. STEAKS / SEAFOOD / PASTA Big Barbecue SANDWiCH COMBOIncludes Big Barbecue Sandwich, Choice of Side & Large Drink. $675 2012 Dic k e y s Bar b ecue Restaurants, Inc. T h e a b ove o er can onl y be redeemed at the Wesle y Chapel locat ion 2653 B ruce B. Downs. 813-406-4473. Limit 1 cou po pon per cust cust omer omer per per vis vis it it. Expi Expi res res 0 5 / 31/12. Breakfast Lunch Dinner NOW OPEN Latin Style Steam Table Cubans Baked Chicken Empanadas Roasted Pork Palomillo DessertsNot valid with any other offer. Limit 1 per customer per visit. Good Mon-Fri only. Expires 5/31/12CUBAN CUISINE & MORE!CALL US FOR YOUR CATERING NEEDS Hours: 7 days a week; 11am-8pm 2356 Bruce B. Downs, Ste 105 Wesley ChapelACROSS FROM THE NEW HOSPITAL813-994-770015% OFFYOUR BILL(not including tax or tip) 21501 Village Lakes Center Land O Lakes, FL 34639(813) 949-7483 (813) 949-7484Authentic Greek & Italian CuisineANY GREEK ENTREE$2 OFF**Cannot be combined with other offers Expires 5/29/12 A LAND O LAKES TRADITIONGo Greek Once a WeekBaked Chicken, Stuffed Pepper & Tomato, Gyro, Briam, Mousaka, Dolmades, Spanakopita, Souvlaki, Large Greek Salad w/Potato Salad FREE Slice of Piewith Purchase of EntreOnly valid at Land OLakes location. Expires 5-31-12.2003 Collier Parkway Land O Lakes(813) 909-4906 Live Harp MusicTHURS-SUNFREE Glass of Winewith purchase of entreeMON-THURS 4PM-6PMexpires 7-31-12RISTORANTE ITALIANOEST.1989813-949-0572102 Flagship Drive Lutz,FL 33549 www.villagiolutz.comOpen 7 days a week 4pm til close SPECIALIZING IN REHEARSAL DINNERS ICE CREAM & COFFEE32 Flavors of Hersheys Ice Cream Stop for coffee on the way to work-LOCALLY ROASTED BUDDY BREW6757 Land O Lakes Blvd. (1/4 mile south of LOLHS across from Dollar General)813-996-3436 www.getyourfreezeon.com7:30am-9pm Mon-Thurs 7:30am-10pm Fri 11am-10pm Sat Noon-6pm SunFree WiFi$1.00 OFF $1.00OFF WITH PURCHASE OF $5.00 OR MORE WITHPURCHASEOF$5.00ORMORE $1.00 OFF $1.00OFF WITH PURCHASE OF $5.00 OR MORE WITHPURCHASEOF$5.00ORMORE $1.00 OFF WITH PURCHASE OF $5.00 OR MORE ONE COUPON PER VISIT CANNOT BE USED WITH ANY OTHER OFFER NO CASH VALUE EXP. 5-31-12 at your favorite local restaurants Servin It Up! Call today to reserve your spot!TheLaker / LutzNews813-909-2800 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com

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www.DennisRealty.com Lakefront Lutz Home!4/2.5/2 w split bedroom plan. Master bath features garden tub. Fully enclosed & air conditioned Florida room w great lake views. Home is located on a quiet fishing lake that is over 14 acres. Property is fenced. $285k.(lut)Willow Bend! 4/2/2 on quiet cul-de-sac. Kitchen features breakfast bar, tiled counter tops & backsplash. Popular split floor plan w oversized secondary bedrooms. Huge lanai plays host to sparkling pool & private backyard. No CDD. $199.9k. (ben) Lots of shade!3/2.5/2 two story home nestled among towering oaks. Spacious floor plan w open kitchen/snack bar, formal dining room, separate living room, & enclosed Florida room. Large fenced yard has 2 storage sheds & wooden swing. $178k. (ste)Meadow Pointe!3/2/2 on over 1/2 acre! Kitchen features eatin area, breakfast bar, spacious pantry & lots of cabinet space. Arched doorways & plant shelves throughout. Screened lanai backs up to conservation view. Community has too many amenities to list! $165k.(har) Wilderness Lakes!4/3 1/2 bath w 2 car garage plus small bonus garage. Gourmet kitchen w cherry cabinets, granite counters & island. Beautiful walnut hardwood floors. Wrought iron fencing. Large screened lanai w pool & hot tub. $385k.(sky) Suncoast Meadows! 3/2/2 w open great room floor plan. Beautiful wood laminate floors. Bright open kitchen w granite counters & stainless appliances. Master bath features his & hers vanities & garden tub. Close to Suncoast Parkway.$145k.(pop)Ballantrae!5/4/2 spacious 2 story home. Kitchen features stainless appliances & ample cabinet space. Eating space in kitchen as well as separate formal dining room. Community includes clubhouse, pool, & playground. Close to Suncoast Parkway. $279k.(dow) Plantation Palms!2/2/2 Maintenance free villa. Plan features family room, great room, & formal dining room. Beautiful laminate floors. Gated community features pool, golf course & restaurant. Enjoy view of golf course from screened lanai. No CDD. $174.5k.(ban)Plantation Palms!4/3/3 on 2nd green of golf course. Large open kitchen features 42 cabinets, breakfast bar, island & walk in pantry. Screened lanai w gas heated spa & great view of golf course! Gated community w no CDD & low HOA.$254.9k.(din) Lakefront! 5/4/2 on almost an acre! Spacious home features separate in-law quarters w/ kitchen. Three screened lanais to relax in poolside! Enjoy sunbathing or fishing off private dock. Storage shed w workshop. Located at the end of quiet road. $340k.(fan) Forest Hills!2 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath 2 story townhome. Recently updated to include newer appliances, carpet & wood siding. Partially fenced backyard w patio. Quaint neighborhood w mature trees. Great Tampa location close to I-275. $54.9k.(for)Grant Park!Cute 2/1 Block home w in walking distance to neighborhood park. Garage has been converted for extra storage space. Fully fenced yard. Easy access to downtown Tampa, shopping and restaurants. Priced to sell. Move in ready condition. $29,999.(54th) Newly Renovated!3/2/2 charming newer home. Modern kitchen w stainless appliances. Upgrades include new laminate flooring, fresh interior paint, & newer A/C. Covered back porch. Fenced backyard. Great location in the heart of Tampa. $140k. (vir)New Tampa!6/5/3 Gorgeous 2 story home. Kitchen is chefs dream w 42cabinets, granite counters, stainless appliances, & island w wine rack! Screened lanai offers conservation view. Community features pool, playground, tennis & much more! $305k. (blu) Carrollwood!2/2 Beautiful 2nd floor condo. Kitchen features stainless appliances & breakfast bar. Open living room area w laminate floors & fireplace. Screened balcony w storage. Gated community includes resort style pool, fitness center & tennis. $59,999k.(mol) TAMPA CALL 949-7444 x1001022 Land O Lakes Blvd. Lutz, FL 33549(at the corner of US41 & County Line Road) LAND O LAKES/LUTZ/WESLEY CHAPEL CALL 949-7444 x100 Property Management Services 813-949-5842 813-949-7444 $1195/mo.2/2/1 Maintenance free townhome. Conservation view. Tom Chastain 781-0938$1495/mo.4 bedroom 2 1/2 bath in Wilderness Lakes. Great pond view! Christy Laramay 451-6727$1895/mo.3/2/2 Oakstead home. Screened lanai w pool & hot tub. Laura Bloomer 949-7444 Ext. 123$850/mo.2/2 condo in USF area. Community Pool & Rec Center. Pam Leece 235-5255 $1795/mo.6 bedroom, 3 1/2 bath two story home in Grand Oaks. Josh Smith 486-9276$900/mo.2 bedroom 2 1/2 bath Oldsmar townhome. Community pool! Christy Laramay 451-6727$1195/mo.3/2/2 Lutz home w screened pool. Wood floors throughout. Josh Smith 486-9276$1300/mo.4/3 two story Tampa home. Fenced yard! Michelle Humphrey 842-3955$1300/mo.3/2 New Tampa condo. 1st floor w/conservation view! Patti Webster 310-0215$1650/mo.3/2.5/2 w bonus room & pool in Grand Oaks. Lisa Henderson 817-9834 RENTALS Lutz! Over an acre of lakefront property, lined w mature trees. $200k. Rob Rochlin 948-0999Lake Magdalene Area! Over half an acre w grand oaks. $165k. Murray Team 966-5666WC area!Almost 1 acre near 54 w school zoning. $129k Owner/agent Amy Manion 454-7139Lutz!1863 Sq ft of Commercial space in Hwy 54 Retail Center. $199,990 Lynn Smith 907-7711Warehouse/OfficeHwy 54 in Lutz. 7500 sf. on 1.25 acre. Zoned C-2. $695k. Mark Willett 731-1516.Professional/Medical Bldg.Hwy 54 in Wesley Chapel. 1980 sf. $249k. Mark Willett 731-1516 LAND & COMMERCIAL On Target for You813-994-3328 Call 813-949-5842 Property Managers Available Now!Thinking of Renting? San Antonio!2/2/2 in Tampa Bay Golf & Tennis Club. Eat in kitchen with bay window seat & double pantries. Includes formal dining room, living room, & Florida room. Large master bath with garden tub. Gated community with golf course, pool & tennis courts. $74.9k.(cor)Exceptional!Custom built 4/2.5/2 home on over 1 acre just 10 minutes from I-75! Beautiful home offers private office & features galore...central vac, crown molding, 600' wraparound covered porch, wood burning fireplace & so much more. $309,990. (dar) Dade City!Spacious 2/2 mobile home w 2 car carport on half acre. Beautiful countryside views. Open floor plan w kitchen overlooking dining room. Large utility workshop, two screened patios, new carpeting, NEW 13sr 2.5 ton Trane AC & newer hot water heater!! Horses ok! $37.9k. (riv)Zephyrhills!2/2/1 immaculate villa! Kitchen features maple cabinets & newer stainless appliances. Beautiful tiled floors in dining room, Florida /media room & kitchen. Wood burning fireplace living room. Fenced backyard w wood deck & beautiful landscaping. $90k.(for) Got horses? This 5 acre fully fenced Spring Hill property offers a spacious 3/2/2 home along w the quiet sounds of nature & total privacy. Open floor plan w laminate wood floors throughout living areas & impressive wood burning fireplace, updated kitchen & more. $289k.(mcm) ZEPHYRHILLS/DADE CITY/OTHER AREAS CALL 949-7444 x100 Behind on your house payments? Need Short Sale Advice? Stop worrying and call today for a complimentary, confidential consultation813-310-7402 PRICE REDUCED NEW LISTING JUST LISTED PRICE REDUCED NEW LISTING UNDER CONTRACTCnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800

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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!813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com

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PROMPT SAME DELIVERY OR NEXT DAY DELIVERY FLAT-RATE PRICING NO HIDDEN COSTSRECYCLING PROGRAMSConcrete, Wood, Paper & TiresLand O Lakes Lutz Odessa, Keystone Volunteer Fire Dept. Hale Rd.(Behind Circle K on US 41) Community Center US 41 Across From LOL Post Office Recycling Center5710 Land O Lakes Blvd.First United Methodist Church6209 Land O Lakes Blvd.Keystone United Methodist Church 16301 Racetrac Rd. Keystone Presbyterian 7509 Van Dyke Rd. All Saints Lutheran 5315 Van Dyke Rd. Faith Lutheran Church 2703 N.Florida Ave.USF,Sycamore Dr.Carrollwood Temple Terrace Tims Presbyterian Sunset Rd.E.of 41 Lutz Womens Club Lutz Lake Fern Rd.(behind fire station)NEWSPAPERRECYCLING DROP-OFF SITES CLOSE TO YOU! REDUC E E REUS E E RECYCLE State-of-the-art Shredding Machine On-site or bring to us Customized plans for a daily, weekly, or monthly schedule ROLL OFF CONTAINERS RECYCLINGFAST FACT Homeowners Businesses Commercial Renovations Roof Tear-Offs 20,30,40,Yard Sizes Keep your business YOUR BUSINESS!SECURE DOCUMENTSHREDDING813-996-55305710 Land OLakes Blvd. One tree can filter up to 60 lbs of pollutants from the air each year. 813-949-7424CALLFORANAPPOINTMENT21533 VILLAGELAKESSHPGCTR. DROn Hwy. 54, just 1 block east of Hwy 41 LAND OLAKESDENTAL CAREDr. Estrada and her caring and friendly staff will take the time to listen and answer all questions, providing a treatment program for your unique needs. Patient education and quality of dentistry are the reasons our patients love to refer their family and friends. ExamD0150 XraysD0210ConsultationD9310Healthy Patient CleaningD1110in absence of gum disease**must present coupononly$83a $282 value Sandra Aljure-Estrada, DDSGentle Dentistrywith a Womans Touch*The patient and any other person responsible for payment has a right to refuse to pay, cancel payment, or be reimbursed for payment for any other service, examination, or treatment that is performed as a result of and within 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for the free, discounted fee, or reduced fee service, examination or treatment. New PatientSpecialExamD0140 XrayD0220only$45a $83 valueLimited Exam Se Habla Espaol*must present couponACROSS 1. Handrail support 6. Chin indentation 11. "ANightmare on ___ Street" 14. Resident of Orissa, India 15. Personnel director 16. Formerly known as 17. Decay 19. "___ fallen ..." 20. Parkinson's drug 21. Aim 23. Sows again 26. Burger bun topping 27. Wing case 28. Jupiter moon 29. Flipper 30. Cook, as clams 32. Fertilizer ingredient 35. Carve in stone 37. "Enigma Variations" composer 39. Ten cents 40. Therapy 42. Coffee order 44. Atlantic catch 45. One causing disturbance of peace 47. Enlarge 49. One more 51. Ground corn and mesquite beans (pl.) 52. More clownlike 53. Diana ___, Canadian jazz singer 54. "___ bad!" 55. Insignificant 60. Flightless Australian bird 61. Going to the dogs, e.g. 62. Sayings of Jesus 63. Alliance that includes Ukr. (acronym) 64. Main blood carrier 65. Adhesive DOWN 1. Affirmative head motion 2. "... ___ he drove out of sight" 3. Humor 4. Small hole with stitched edges 5. Pantries 6. Whacks 7. 100 kurus 8. Victorian, for one 9. Shackle 10. Betrayal of one's country 11. Puzzling 12. Embankment to prevent flooding 13. Athletic events 18. Halogen salt 22. Quick 23. Allude 24. A-list 25. At the same time 26. Poison plant 28. Avid 31. Greater in age 33. Be theatrical 34. Advice (pl.) 36. Half of Hispaniola 38. An angular measure 41. Artist locale 43. Wangle 46. Shipworm 48. Walk with a bounce 49. Montezuma, e.g. 50. AJudd 51. ___ donna 53. Bow or overhand, e.g. 56. Balloon filler 57. Self-importance 58. Half a dozen 59. Express in words GAMES AND PUZZLESName:______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Address: _______________________________________________City: __________________________________Zip:__________________The LAKER/ Lutz NEWS Mail in Your Game Page. Win Cobb Theatre Tickets.Complete this games page, fill out this form, and send the whole page to us for your chance to win 2 FREEmovie tickets.Mail to: Games Page, CommunityNewsPublications, P.O. Box 479, Lutz, FL 33548Entries must be received by the Monday following publication dateLAST WEEKS WINNER MILDRED LETT OF LAND OLAKES CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800

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Lutz News FREE Lutz News SERVING LUTZ/ODESSA MAY 16,2012 Call AttorneyJIM HOLLIDAY813-868-1887 AUTO ACCIDENT?SLIP & FALL? No Fees Or Costs Unless You WinHelping Injured People HOLLID A Y BOMHOFF KARA TINOS P.L. Attorneys at Law "I Will Aggressively Fight ToProtect Your Legal Rights"18920 N. Dale Mabry Hwy Ste 101 Lutz, FL (Corner of Sunlake & Dale Mabry) Only 1 week left to show your grad how proud you are with a personalized adSEE PAGE 8ADSGRAD (727) 834-4000Just minutes from the Suncoast on State Road 54www.MedicalCenterTrinity.comExperienced ER Care at Tampa Bay's NEWEST HOSPITAL By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comThe Cheval Athletic Club once only available to residents of the exclusive community has put out the welcome mat for people living outside its gates. Larry King Jr.,son of the famed television interviewer,purchased the athletic club last year. King said,via email,that he has lived in Cheval for nearly 10 years and saw an opportunity to improve the club for the community,and to provide quality equipment that members could enjoy with their families. He purchased the property last November. "At this point,and we are not done yet,but I expect to invest $350,000-$500,000 in improvements in this effort,"King said. Before he began the upgrade, King said he surveyed the community and researched other clubs in Tampa Bay and elsewhere. "I was looking to match the demand for services I was hearing from the potential customer to the best of what is available in and out of our area,"he said. The club,at 4142 Cheval Blvd.,already has launched a broad selection of fitness classes and soon will initiate a summer camp for kids,said Pete Young,director of youth development for the club.It also plans to offer an after-school program at the beginning of the coming school year. King said he built his programming around existing and potential club members. "I asked them what they wanted and what they needed,"he said. His first goal is to meet the demand of the Cheval community,he said.But he also wanted to make the facility available to others,if they want to take part. In addition to its current offerings,the club staff will listen to members to see if there's demand for additional programs,he said. Young said King has been renovating the club ever since he purchased it. "This is a brand new workout room.It used to be the tennis pro shop,"Young said, during a recent tour of the facility.King knocked down a wall in the room and expanded it,stocking the enlarged space with fitness equipment. He also renovated the group exercise room. "This used to be a dumpy workout room with some really bad cardiovascular and weight-training equipment.They just completely gutted it,"Young said. There also is a new spinning room upstairs,equipped with 20 top-of-the-line bikes for group exercise classes. "These are much,much better facilities now and they have the personnel that can operate a high-end fitness facility,withCheval Athletic Club opens its doors A Derby winnerLee Edwards won a hat contest and her prize was a trip to the Kentucky Derby. See story,page 3. (Photo by B.C. Manion)By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comFour candidates are squaring off this campaign season for the honor of placing a palm on "Green Eggs and Ham"and taking the oath of office. Yes,it is that time of year again when hopefuls step into the fray to seek the honorary title of Lutz Guv'na. This isn't the kind of campaign where you'll be bothered by robo calls or be bombarded by endless negative ads. There won't be huge media events to announce endorsements in the race,or $40,000-a-plate benefits to generate campaign cash. But this is a campaign where money talks. Seriously. The candidate who raises the most cash wins.It really is that simple. That's the way it has worked since 1991, when the tradition began. And,the candidates do debate although debate may be too strong of a word. They mostly just try to figure out how to do outdo each other with clever jabs. Indeed,this year's hopefuls will be conducting a "candidate debate"during the Guv'na kickoff,which is set for 2 p.m.to 4 p.m.May 19 at the Old Lutz School House, 18819 US 41 N.Besides hearing from the candidates,event-goers also will be able to enjoy food,games and music. Competing for the Dr.Seuss-style hat and red sash this year are Karin D'Amico,who is representing 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. They join an assorted cast of characters who have sought the coveted title of Lutz Guv'na through the years.In one contest, the competitors even included Sticky the Duck,according to published accounts. While it's called a race,the annual event actually is about pulling the community together for a host of fun events,which double as fundraisers.Typically,the candidates do flea markets,hold car washes or host spaghetti dinners,chicken dinners, luncheons and barbecues to raise cash for their campaigns. Every cent they collect goes to support community causes. Over the years,the proceeds have been used to purchase scouting tents,support scholarships,buy plants for a butterfly garden,support Little League teams and the Lutz volunteer fire department.Lutz Guv'na race is gearing up See CHEVAL,page16 Pete Young stands near a pool at the Cheval Athletic Club. Lanes have been added to allow the pool to be used for competitive swimming, as well as recreational uses. (Photo by B.C. Manion)

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Only $100/wk Carla Nolan's students are not surprised she wonBy B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comCarla Nolan's affinity for teaching and drama began when she was quite young. As soon as she could talk,she was teaching her dolls. By age 5,she was directing neighborhood kids in musical variety shows. Growing up as the daughter of an educator,Nolan recalls being at her mom's school arranging classrooms,creating bulletin boards and stuffing mailboxes on teacher planning days. She recalls the fun she had putting up seasonal decorations and remembers being attracted to the camaraderie of the teachers, and,of course,to the cinnamon rolls the kitchen staff baked on planning days. The Sunlake High reading and drama teacher,this year's Pasco County teacher of the year,now sets a positive tone in her Land O'Lakes classroom. During a recent reading class,students stood in a circle taking turns announcing sentences and clapping to the beat of each syllable.At another point,Nolan read aloud to students,probing them occasionally to relate themes in the book to their lives beyond the classroom. Students play phonemic awareness games,learn Latin and Greek roots,go on scavenger word hunts for unfamiliar terms and use context clues to figure them out. Nolan also helps students sharpen their writing skills as part of a school-wide initiative to foster better writing. Students in her intensive reading class said they know she wants them to learn. "She's taught me a lot,"said 17-year-old Angelique Dorsey. "She explains things,"said 14-year-old Kaitlin Duenas."If you repeat questions,she doesn't get mad." "I think she really does care about us," said Felicia Johnson-Rollock,18:"I think she believes a lot in you." In her submission for the award,Nolan noted that she subscribes to Abraham Maslow's theory known as the hierarchy of needs. "I believe that students will respond if their basic physiological needs are met,they are physically safe in their surroundings, they feel a sense of belongingness'in the classroom,and they know that their interactions will be respected by their classmates and their teacher." She's not married to time constraints and believes students should be involved in setting their learning goals,so they'll be responsible for their learning and invested in the outcome. "I do not believe that every strategy is appropriate for every student,and I work to provide options to my students to honor their learning styles,strengths,and needs," she wrote. Her drama students said that philosophy is apparent in her classes.Students do vocal warm-ups,work on improvisation,collaborate on scene development and learn the history and vocabulary of the theater. During one class,students did a readthrough of a play by Mark Kaufmann,a California writer.When the actors finished, the entire class offered comments in a vetting exercise aimed at helping Kaufmann improve his piece.The writer asked for the students'feedback,after becoming acquainted with them last year when they rehearsed his play,"Betsy's Inconvenient Garden," Nolan said. Nolan asked if the class could speak to Kaufmann to get a better understanding of his play,and the playwright agreed. "We all came in on a Saturday and we Skyped with him,"Nolan said. "We got clarification on the play and the characters and all that from him.He really liked the kids.They were very funny and creative in their questioning." That's why he wanted to know what the kids think of his latest script,Nolan said. The drama students said they're not a bit surprised Nolan won the countywide honor. "I thought she would get it sometime in her lifetime,"said 18-year-old Lucas Witthoeft."She has zero tolerance for people slacking off,"said the second-year drama student. Seventeen-year-old Jay Fernandez,another senior,said he was thrilled for Nolan. "I let her know that she deserves it.To me,she's more than a teacher.She's a friend,"he said. Eighteen-year-old Meghan Collins has taken drama all four years of high school, but didn't transfer to Sunlake High until her junior year.She called the class a "delicious, helpful,fun soufflŽ." Cathy Lorenzo,16,said Nolan is adept at working with students at every level. "She can interact with her students and not let them feel stupid." Meghan Nolan,14,who is in her mother's drama class,is thrilled by her mom's achievement."It is awesome,"she said."She loves what she does."Sunlake teacher is Pasco County's teacher of the year Carla Nolan confers with students who are working together on a writing assignment. 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So,instead of heading out to watch the derby with friends,the Zephyrhills couple was treated to a trip to watch the 138th running of the Kentucky Derby.They jetted off to Louisville,where they stayed in the luxury class Galt House Hotel,on the banks of the Ohio River,Lee Edwards said.They went to a reception at the hotel that evening and then to Kentucky Oaks,a charity horseracing event the following day.It was a posh affair,with tickets going for $350 each.The couple watched from a sixthfloor air-conditioned suite in an exclusive area known as Millionaire's Row at Churchill Downs,where they could step onto a balcony to watch a race when they wanted.Their tickets for the Run for the Roses the following day were valued at $750 each. The couple headed out to the track around noon,watching races all day long again from their sixth-floor suite. Lee and Joe tasted their first mint juleps. "I liked it very much,"said Joe,who is 71. Lee was less enthused.She found another drink more to her liking. "They had a drink called Lily.It was Grey Goose Vodka with sweet and sour in it.It was pink.I loved that,"she said. The food was delicious,Joe said,noting the buffet had carving stations for turkey and roast beef and vegetables prepared in every way imaginable. The desserts were to die for,he said. "They make a cheesecake,with an inch of this Derby Pie in the middle of it.I just kept going back and forth." Joe and Lee enjoyed the spectacle of it all. "The fashion and the shoes you know, those Lady Gaga shoes,"Lee said."It was just wonderful." "I was so impressed with the fashion on display,"Joe agreed."I've never seen this kind of fashion before." Watching the race from the balcony was a thrill,Joe said. "We were just ahead of the first turn.This is where you see them stretched out.It's like something out of the movies.They're galloping,by then,"he said. The roar of the crowd is amazing,he said."It was like two trains coming by." Lee put a $2 bet down on Bodemeister to win,place or show. "My horse was leading until the very end,"she said,then I'll Have Another closed the gap to cross the finish line first. She still won $20. Joe said it was fun to be part of Millionaire's Row,if only for a little while. "It's hard to believe that people live like that,"he said."We'd go out and put a $2 bet down.The people next to me,one guy,[told the clerk taking bets] Put 15 grand on No.5 and put 14 [grand] on No.3.'" After the race,the couple's derby adventure continued. "Saturday evening after the race,we went to an after party for the derby and they brought some of the jockeys in,"Lee said. They also enjoyed celebrity sightings at the derby and its related festivities. "Miss Kentucky was there.Doris Roberts was at the Kentucky Derby,and a lot of movie stars,"Lee said. The Zephyrhills woman was a bit of a celebrity herself,being interviewed by a local news crew,while donning her prizewinning hat. Lee admitted that she didn't wear her hat a lot. "I can't wear it very long.It's very heavy," Lee said. When she wasn't wearing it,Joe was carrying it. "I'm the hat carrier,"he said,good-naturedly."That's what I spent my three days doing."A day at the races Lee Edwards models her derby hat that took top honors in Kathie Lee and Hoda's Homemade Derby Hat Contest, a national competition sponsored by the Today Show. (Photos by B.C. Manion)

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Nebraska Ave.933-2334 9 9 9 9 9 9 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 Mon-Fri 8:30am-6pm € Sat 8am-5pmCarpet your entire houseup to 630 sq. ft. or 70 sq. yards$799.00 $6.99 per sq. yardCOMMERCIAL LOOP CARPET78¢ONLY sq.ft.$6.99 per sq. yardBERBER CARPET77¢ONLY sq.ft. Free In-Home Estimates Youll Adore Youll Adore Our Our FLOORS FLOORS Please,Do Your Part!RECYCLE TODAY Use Blue Bags for your RecyclablesWEST....727-847-8041CENTRAL....813-235-6012 x8041EAST....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 & JarsIvy Landell wins Frist AwardIvy Landell was recently named the recipient of Medical Center of Trinity's 2011 Frist Humanitarian Award for employees. Landell,women's services patient liaison,is now eligible for the nationwide honors given by Hospital Corporation of America (HCA),the parent company of the Trinity facility. Landell,a registered nurse,has been an employee of the hospital for more than 20 years.She works with patients at the bedside to ensure their needs are met.She counsels patients and families,and makes herself available after hours for questions and concerns.She is also active in organizations like the American Cancer Society and the Good Samaritan Clinic. The award was named in honor of Dr. Thomas Frist Sr.,one of the original founders of HCA.It recognizes individuals whose daily dedication epitomizes the highest standards of quality and personal commitment.Three national awards are given annually,and each HCA facility selects local recipients.Regional Medical's award winnerRegional Medical Center Bayonet Point has announced its 2011 Frist Volunteer Humanitarian Award was presented to Otto Ottaviano. Ottaviano has been a volunteer at the hospital since 1996 and has 14,077 hours. He started as an employee.Ottaviano is also a member of the Knights of Columbus. The award honors individuals for humanitarian and volunteer services working at Hospital Corporation of America (HCA), Regional Medical's parent company. Ottaviano receives a $250 savings bond,a lapel pin and a plaque among other things. He is eligible to compete for the national award.Obstetrics program tour May 19Medical Center of Trinity,9330 SR 54,is offering scheduled tours through its obstetrics program.The tours are led by a registered nurse.The next tour date is May 19.Reservations are required.Call (727) 8345630 to register.Free breastfeeding class May 19The obstetrics program at Medical Center of Trinity,9330 SR 54,hosts a motivational class outlining the health benefits of breastfeeding with a focus on fundamentals and how to find support.The next class is May 19 from 1 to 3 p.m.Reservations are required.To sign up,call (727) 834-5630 to register.Monthly pediatric CPR courseThe obstetrics program at Medical Center of Trinity,9330 SR 54,hosts a monthly pediatric CPR class from 9 to 11 a.m.The next class is May 19.The program is designed to teach how to save a child's life using skills crafted by the American Heart Association course.The fee is $15 for one person and $25 for two.For reservations, call (727) 834-5630.Monthly caregivers support groupHPH Hospice in partnership with the Alzheimer's Association Florida offers a free support group for caregivers the fourth Thursday monthly at The Commons on Pretty Pond,38130 Pretty Pond Road in Zephyrhills from 3 to 4:30 p.m.Light refreshments will be served.Registration is requested.For more information or to sign up,call Stephen Cook at (813) 780-6797.Communications deficits supportMedical Center of Trinity,9330 SR 54, hosts a support group called Chatterboxes every other Thursday for those with communication difficulties.The next meeting is May 24 at 3 p.m.Caregivers and spouses are encouraged to attend.For more information,call (727) 845-0757.Upcoming wellness seminarsFlorida Hospital Zephyrhills will host two upcoming seminars in its wellness center May 30.The first is at 2 p.m.,which focuses on advances in allergy and sinusitis treatment. 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS May 16,2012 5 Send business news to bcmanion@cnewspubs.com MARKETING DIRECTOR NAMEDTracy Clouser is the new director of marketing for Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel. Clouser,who has lived in Wesley Chapel for 13 years,has 19 years of marketing and communications experience with health and human services organizations in Tampa Bay. She is responsible for marketing and communications related to the new hospital and Health and Wellness Center. Her key responsibilities include branding, service and product line strategy,marketing communications, employee communications,public/media relations,web services and community outreach. She is a past board member of the American Marketing Association's Tampa Bay Chapter,the Wesley Chapel Athletic Association,and The Junior League of Tampa.HOSPITAL GETS NEW MARKETING DIRECTORMichelle Oswald is the new director of marketing for Florida Hospital Zephyrhills. She will be responsible for the strategic development;direction,implementation,and tracking of marketing plans;driving growth through optimized advertising and promotional mix;and overseeing marketing and communications for the hospital,employed physician group,centers of excellence,and outpatient services. Oswald has more than 15 years of experience in strategic marketing,project management,leadership,and communications.WESLEY CHAPEL CHAMBER NAMES EXECUTIVE DIRECTORMary Adele Cluck has been named executive director for the Greater Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce. She was selected after the hiring committee reviewed dozens of resumes from the community and around the country and was chosen for her strong management and organizational skills as well as her many years of involvement with the chamber, states Debra Kaplan,the chamber's president,in a news release. Cluck has been on the chamber's board since 2006 and an executive board member since 2008.She has served the chamber in numerous capacities.TAYLOR MORRISON GEARS UP FOR BUSY YEARTaylor Morrison West Florida Division increased sales contracts by 35 percent in the first quarter,compared to the first quarter of 2011. Traffic from interested buyers also has increased by 33 percent in the first quarter. As a result,Taylor Morrison has added these new staff members to its team:Karen Weiss,warranty coordinator;Erin Ferguson, sales and marketing coordinator;Tuan Le, senior purchasing agent;Carolyn Tonachio, design studio consultant;and, Marty Schond,construction employee. Taylor Morrison has more than 20 active communities in West Florida and more in the works.For more information about Taylor Morrison contact (866) 495-6006 or visit taylormorrison.com.2012 PARADE OF HOMES WINNERSThe winners of the Tampa Bay Builders Association's 2012 Parade of Homes include several builders with homes in Northern Hillsborough,Central Pasco and East Pasco. They were selected from nearly 90 model homes built by 36 homebuilders in more than 50 Tampa Bay area communities. This year's new-home showcase boasted a 26 percent increase in entries from last year,and a 70 percent rise from the market bottom in 2009. An independent panel of home-building experts judged the competition.They considered such factors as site plan,curb appeal,design,materials,outdoor living spaces,architectural detailing and workmanship. Grand and merit awards were given to area homes in the following price ranges: Homes priced $151,000-$200,000: Grand award Lennar,the Siesta Key at Thousand Oaks,Trinity. Merit award -Ashton Woods Homes,the Amhurst at Palm Cove,Wesley Chapel. Homes priced $201,000-$250,000: Grand award Lennar,the Hamilton at Live Oak Preserve,New Tampa Homes priced $301,000-$350,000: Grand award Ryland Homes,the Celebration in Pinewood Village at Live Oak Preserve,New Tampa. Merit award Standard Pacific Homes, the Chelsea in Peregrina at WaterGrass, Wesley Chapel. Merit award Mobley Homes,the Briarwood in Bassett Creek at K-Bar Ranch, Tampa. Homes priced $351,000-$400,000: Grand award Avalon Building Corp.,the Antigua in Watermark at Seven Oaks,Wesley Chapel. Merit award Standard Pacific Homes, the Venetian in Sterling Oak at Live Oak Preserve,New Tampa. Homes priced $401,000-$450,000: Grand award M/I Homes,the Grandshore at Easton Park,New Tampa. Homes priced $451,000-$500,000: Grand Award Southern Crafted Homes, the Strathmore II at Stonegate,Land O'Lakes. Merit Award Homes by WestBay,the Calusa at LakeShore Ranch,Land O'Lakes. Homes priced $501,000-$550,000: Grand award Bakerfield Custom Homes Corp.,the Belle Soleil II in Summerglade at WaterGrass,Wesley Chapel. Merit award Mobley Homes,the Nantucket V in Bassett Creek at K-Bar Ranch,New Tampa. Homes priced $551,000-$650,000: Grand Award Homes by WestBay,the Key Largo III at Live Oak Preserve,New Tampa. Homes priced $901,000-$1 million plus: Merit award Taylor Morrison,the Tuscany at Ladera,Lutz.NETWORKING AT LEXINGTON OAKSThe Wesley Chapel Business Forum & Networking group meets from 8 a.m.to 9:55 a.m.Mondays,at the Lexington Oaks Golf Club,26133 Lexington Oaks Blvd.in Wesley Chapel. There is no cost to attend.Coffee and breakfast are available for purchase. The group is a gathering of local business leaders in the South Central Pasco and North Hillsborough areas,who are interested in growing their businesses and incomes. For more information,contact John Roth, the group's coordinator,by calling (813) 377-2622 or john.roth@ibuilderz.com. Tracy Clouser

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look your very best this summer cameo c a m e o hair nails massage facials full body waxing spa packages hair extensions keratin Jane Iredale make-up and Der malogica Skin Care 1817 collier parkway,lutz cameosalonspa.com salon and spa813 948 7411 25% OFF shimmer with salon servicesany new service *not available on discounted rates or with any other offers Ears Ringing? www.ScotchENT.com Treatment and Management Options Available In The Seven OaksSUMMERGATE PROFESSIONAL CENTER27406 Cashford Circle, Wesley Chapel, FL33544 Snoring & Sleep Apnea Sinus & Allergies Hearing Loss Hearing Aid Evaluations Adult & Pediatric ENT Call us at(813) 994-8900 Debbie Mikus, MSClinical AudiologistBrett M. Scotch, DO, FAOCOBoard Certified Otolaryngologist StuartJ.Kaufman,M.D.Cataract,Multi-FocalImplant, GlaucomaSpecialist AlsoServingSunCityCenter,BushnellandZephyrhills Ittakesinnovationtodeliverextraordinaryeyecare. Dr.KaufmanwasthefirstTampaareaeyesurgeonto performacataractlensimplantusingmultifocusing Crystalens.HewasadeveloperoftheInsta-Sight’ cataractprocedureandholdsthetrademark.This procedureusesnoneedles,nopatchesandnostitches. NowOpeninWesleyChapel! Calltodayforanappointment. 2145CypressRidgeBlvd. OnSR56.WesleyChapel(813)973-1133www.KaufmanEyeInstitute.com Saturdayhours availablein WesleyChapel 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS May 16,2012 6 Free Community LecturesDo you toss and turn every time you go to bed? We all have trouble sleeping from time to time, but a few simple steps can make it easier for you to get a good nights sleep every night. Join us as the experts at Florida Hospital Tampa Sleep Center discuss how to get a good nights sleep. Thursday, May 31, 2012 | 7:00-8:00 pm Light refreshments will be served. How to Get a Good Nights Sleep To register call our 24-hour Registration and Physician Referral line | (877) 482-4362 Florida Hospital at Connerton Long Term Acute Care Classroom 9441 Health Center Drive Land OLakes,FL34637FHLTAC-10009 R5/12 The Laker/Lutz NewsA local astronomy buff wants to help fellow star-gazers enjoy watching Venus cross in front of the sun in a few weeks,an event that will not occur again for 105 years. Melanie Crowson,of Ashton Oaks,will set up her personal telescopes and order solar viewing glasses for $1 for anyone who RSVPs by May 27.She is setting up the event at Chancey Road and Grecko Drive on June 5 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Crowson had studied astronomy for 14 years and once built a telescope with her father.She currently works at a planetarium. Anyone interested in taking part can call Crowson at (813) 469-9275.Retire the flag with respectThe Laker/Lutz News Staff ReportMemorial Day is coming up and Flag Day is not far behind.Is your American flag ready?Federal law requires that American flags be destroyed and replaced when they become too tattered for proper display,and a team from HPH Hospice stands ready to help.Hospice offices accept worn American flags throughout the year,delivering them to the Marine Corps League Auxiliary Unit 137 in Spring Hill.Auxiliary members remove the stars for their Stars for Troops program,and the remaining material and scraps are folded in a military fold and properly disposed of through a prayer and burning ceremony. The auxiliary started the Stars for Troops program in 2009 in conjunction with Gifts from Home and Lea's Prayers & Postage as a way to send a token of respect and remembrance to troops serving in Iraq and Afghanistan. HPH Hospice also partners with the Veterans'Administration and the National Hospice & Palliative Care Organization in We Honor Veterans,a pinning ceremony that honors veterans who are patients at HPH Hospice.Presented by a volunteer who is also a veteran,the pinning ceremony consists of a certificate of appreciation,pin and a star from a worn American flag.The message accompanying the star reads,"I am part of our American flag that has flown over a home in Florida.I can no longer fly.The sun and wind have caused me to become tattered and torn.Please carry me as a reminder that you are not forgotten." HPH Hospice American flag collection sites are located at:HPH Hospice Thrift Stores & More 4910 Allen Road, Zephyrhills East Pasco Team Office 37445 Clinton Ave., Dade City North Pasco Team Office 12029 Majestic Blvd., Suite 1, Hudson HPH Hospice Thrift Stores & More6528 Massachusetts Ave., New Port RicheySouth Pasco Team Office 6807 Rowan Road, New Port Richey For more information on the We Honor Veterans program,visit www.hphhospice.org/veterans.For Stars for Troops information,contact Claire Hoover or Ellen Ward at (352) 597-7979.Once-in-a-lifetime solar event Venus will cross in front of the sun on June 5. (Photo courtesy of space.com)

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Send us a picture and information on your favorite pet!Write a story about why your pet is special along with a photo and mail to:Pet of the Week,c/o The Laker,P.O.Box 479,Lutz,FL 33548 Email to kwelton@cnewspubs.com,ATTN:Pet of the WeekPLEASE NOTE: OWNERS NAME AND CITYOF RESIDENCE MUST BE INCLUDED FOR YOUR PETTO BE CONSIDERED FOR PUBLICATION. PETof theWEEK Mateo in the morning"Mateo," a 12-pound Havanese, displays his "signature morning yawn. He looks more like "Mad Dog Mateo." The neighbors who took this picture can't believe it's the same timid, shy "little guy" that everyone loves. Mateo lives with the Bowman family of Land O'Lakes. www.gentlecarepethospital.comFacebook.com/Gentlecare Pet Hospital SPAY & NEUTER CLINIC:Call for appointment:Subject to $3 medical,infectious & records fee.(Includes pre-anesthetic exam,anesthesia,pain & antibiotic pre-medication)Cat Neuter: $30 Cat Spay: $40 Dog Neuter:Dog Spay: up to 11 lbs$40up to 11 lbs$50 12 33 lbs$4512 22 lbs$55 34 66 lbs$5523 44 lbs$60 67 88 lbs$7045 66 lbs$70 89 132 lbs$8567 88 lbs$90 89 132 lbs$105VACCINE CLINICS:Monday-Friday 1 2 pmWalk-Ins Welcome.Subject to $3 medical,infectious & records fee. (Includes exam & economy vaccines.Consult is add'l $30 on request.)(813)949-441621515 VILLAGE LAKES SHOPPING CENTERLAND O'LAKES(next to Beef O’ Brady’s in old Wal-Mart Plaza) Rabies 1 yr $10.00 Feline Leukemia $18.00 Feline Distemper Combo $18.00 Rabies 3 yr $25.00 Canine Distemper Combo $25.00 Bordetella/Kennel Cough $12.00 MONDAY-FRIDAY 8 AM 6 PM SATURDAY 8 AM 12 PMCnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS May 16,2012 7 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 2012 GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE 2346 Raden Dr. Land O'Lakes(Behind Wendy's off SR54)(813) 909-8710 (813) 909-1432 HAIR EXTENSIONS$7500HAIR NOT INCLUDED.MUST PRESENT COUPON.EXP 5-31-12starting at LORI'S BACK! MUST PRESENT COUPON. EXPIRES 5-31-12EYEBROW WAXwith Shampoo, Cut & Style$2500 and upCoupon good with select stylists FREEMUST PRESENT COUPON. EXPIRES 5-31-12HAIRCUTwith highlights$5000starting at FREE Dogs play & socialize four times a day! FENCED 3 ACRES WITH DOGGIE LAGOON & REAL ROCK WATERFALL10014 Ehren Cutoff Land O' Lakes www.HappyTailsPetLodge.net YOUR PETS VACATION PLACE 813.995.2212MANAGER LIVES ON PREMISES day care boarding grooming Vaccinations, Heartworm Testing, Flea and Heartworm Products Spay & Neuter by Appointment Walk In Shot Clinics on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 12 -2 www.plannedpethoodpasco.org5053 Gall Blvd. Zephyrhills 813 779 7000 Non-Profit Spay, Neuter and Vaccination Clinic Waggin Tails Pet CareWe keep their tails waggin when We keep their tails waggin when you need to be travelin!Ž you need to be travelin!Ž 813-786-1476licensed/bonded/insured licensed/bonded/insured www.waggin-tails-pet-care.com 10% of ALL Profitsgo to the Humane Society of Tampa Bay Maryanne YoungOwner More Neighborhoods More CustomersPET STATION 77,000 READERSIN LUTZ, LAND O' LAKES,WESLEY CHAPEL, DADE CITY & ZEPHYRHILLS ADS BEGIN AT JUST $50*/WK The LAKER/ Lutz NEWS (813) 909-2800 CALL TODAY TO GROW YOUR BUSINESS $ *INCLUDES COLOR 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)Pet City, 2119 Collier Pkwy, Land O' LakesFREE Dog Socialization Class FREE In-Home Evaluations  Board & Train WE CAN TRAIN ANY DOG! 813-951-4480  www.FL-K9.com No Hidden Fees One Price Does It All!MENTION THIS AD!FOR A SPECIAL DISCOUNT(813) 995-9896"PAWS DOWN THE BEST LOVE AROUND!" The LAKER/ Lutz NEWSWEACCEPTCommunity News Publications

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GRAD ADSOnly 1 week 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 grad's 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 couldn't 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. We couldn't be prouder of you as our son and brother.Love, Mom, Dad & Angelina Aaron WilliamsonNOTACTUALSIZE Actual size is 4.875" x 5" NOTACTUALSIZE Actual size is 4.875" x 2.5" NOTACTUALSIZE Actual size is 4.875" x 5" NOTACTUALSIZE Actual size is 4.875" x 2.5"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 16,2012 8 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.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.RELAY FOR LIFEVolunteers are gearing up for the American Cancer Society Relay For Life in Lutz and are recruiting teams and raising funds.The Lutz Relay For Life is set for May 18 at 6 p.m.at Steinbrenner High.For information on how to help,call Megan Rindone at (813) 319-5918 or visit RelayForLife.org/LutzFL.SEMINARS FOR GREEN THUMBSThe Pasco County Cooperative Extension office has free workshops for May.They are: 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 US 19,Port Richey.Pre-registration is not required,but appreciated.Call 352-5180156;727-847-2411;813-996-2411;1-800368-2411.FREE MOVIEWatch "The Impostor"and munch free popcorn at Willow Bend Community Church on May 19 at 6:30 p.m.In the movie,the leader of a Christian rock band lives one life on stage and another off stage. To see previews,go to www.willowbendcc.org.The church is at 2541 Henley Road,Lutz.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.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.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.The event is May 20 at the Magnuson HotelMarina Cove in St. Petersburg starting at 7:30 a.m. Joining other anglers will be Adam Hayward of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and other Bucs.All proceeds will support the Simpson Breast Health Center.Registration is at 8 a.m.and an awards celebration starts at 3 p.m.Magnuson Hotel Marina Cove 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 artseducation in schools.There will be a 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 demonstrate limbo 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.

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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 16,2012 10 The Laker/Lutz News Staff Report The HiBrow Gallery will close out its artist of the month series until October with a showing May 19 of the work of Wendy “Win” Hammer, a rising star in the world of folk art. The event also will allow gallery guests to mingle with Win from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and celebrate her upcoming birthday on May 21. Cake will be served and there will be special prices on Win’s work. Win is a mentally challenged adult, whose work in recent years has received acclaim. Several renowned Highwaymen artists, including R.L. Lewis Jr., James Gibson, and Robert Butler, own her work. Peter Loose, the respected folk artist, also collects Win’s work and President Jimmy Carter owns two of her original paintings.Win is the youngest daughter of Bill and Carolyn Hammer, and was born in St. Petersburg in 1960. She is extremely proud of her southern heritage and of being a Floridian.Creativity runs in the family. Her great uncle,Walter Hammer, was a luthier (violin and bow maker), and her paternal grandmother, Mary Frances Robinson Hammer, was a shoe designer.Win’s affection for wrestling as a child led her to choose her nickname.With aspirations to become a wrestler, she dubbed herself Win Champion. She sometimes still applies her holds on her sister and best friend Milli.Win began painting, at the suggestion of her sister, after the death of their parents as way of dealing with her grief. Bill and Carolyn Hammer died 10 days apart in September 2005, just four months short of their 56th wedding anniversary.Win features pairs of swans in many paintings because they mate for life, like her mom and dad. Win’s paintings are colorful and touching, and reflect the joy in her life. One of her favorite sayings is,“when God closes a door, he opens a window.” The HiBrow Gallery is at 14125 Seventh St., across from Dade City’s Historic Courthouse Square. For more information, call Stuart Marcus at (813) 417-6336.Gallery features rising star in folk art Win Hammer displays one of her paintings. Win began painting as a way of dealing with grief following the death of her parents and her work is owned by other renowned folk artists and folk art collectors.(Photos courtesy of Stuart Marcus)

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Voted Florida's No. 1 Weekly Sports Section Community SportsCommunity Sports By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Steinbrenner football team felt ready for a district championship and to make its first postseason a year ago,but injuries and inexperience dashed those dreams. The returning Warriors are using lessons learned from a 7-3 campaign to take that next step. "We're hungry,"said junior inside linebacker Logan McKnight."We want a district championship and to go way farther than that." Steinbrenner did have the first winning season in the program's three-year history, but came up short in two critical district games. A pair of fumbles,including one returned for a touchdown,doomed the Warriors in a 35-25 loss to Tampa Bay Tech,and a seasonending injury to fullback Jake Carroll disrupted the offense in a 37-7 loss to Gaither. "Last year our goal was to win districts and make the playoffs,but now I think we have a better sense of how hard we need to work to get there,"said sophomore quarterback Curtis Fitch."Last year against Gaither and Tech we weren't mentally there.We don't want to feel that again." Carroll,a 5-foot-9,190-pound sophomore,tore the ACL in his right knee on the opening kickoff against Gaither in Week 5. He said watching his team fall to their rival was tough. "First of all,I don't really like Gaither,so to go out in that game made it even worse," said Carroll,who had 240 yards on 34 carries last year."It got on my nerves that they won." Losing Carroll changed what the Warriors did with their run-heavy wing-T offense,but it helped them find a new weapon halfback Kendall Pearcey.The junior ended the season with a team-high 776 rushing yards on 98 carries and 11 touchdowns,earning him All-Laker/All-Lutz News Offensive Player of the Year honors. He added 142 receiving yards and two scores and another 441 yards on punt and kick returns. "It meant a lot because before I haven't been able to contribute very much,"Pearcey said."Getting 15-plus carries a game and averaging more than seven yards a carry was great because I always wanted to be able to help the team when it needed me." Pearcey is also recovering from a broken right ankle suffered in the season finale against Middleton.He won't play in the spring game to make sure he is ready for the fall.Once healed,Steinbrenner will have two reliable backfield options. "Me and Jake splitting carries is going to wreak havoc because they don't know who to cover,"Pearcey said."They can't cover Jake coming up the middle and me coming around the outside,so it's an undecipherable offense for any defense." Fitch said the tandem is critical for the passing game. "Whenever they get the ball they pick up yards,but when I fake it to them everyone bites,"Fitch said."That opens up the pass.They make the whole offense better." The Warriors must completely rebuild their offensive line after losing six members, including every starter.One who is filling a void is 6-foot-2,260-pound junior left tackle Chris Harrison. "The line we have now all came in together from Martinez (Middle),"Harrison said."There's a lot of chemistry,especially between myself,our right tackle Blaine Tucker and Zack Goldsmith our guard.Our center,Nick Bosco and Oliver Lack,our other guard,came in last year,so we've worked together for a while." The defense brings back all but three starters.One returner is McKnight,who led the squad with 96 tackles and seven sacks last season. "The guys we lost were big parts of our defense,but we think we're ready," McKnight said."My bold prediction is we're going to let up the least amount of points in the county." Steinbrenner travels to Alonso to play in the second half of the spring jamboree against the host May 24 at 6:30 p.m. Stats as recorded to Maxpreps.com by coachesSteinbrenner learns from near miss in 2011 More spring football coverage,see pages 18,19 Warriors junior wide receiver John Marc Carrier had a team-high 16 catches for 305 yards in 2011. Steinbrenner sophomore fullback Jake Carroll is completely healed from a torn ACLthat ended his 2011 season early. By Jeff OdomThe Laker/Lutz News CorrespondentA school-record five Steinbrenner student-athletes signed to continue playing their sport in college. Volleyball player Miranda Powell (Florida Atlantic University),softball player Anna Wilkins (Fisk University in Nashville) and football players Alex Vega (Lindenwood University in Illinois),Daniel Fernandez (Florida Institute of Technology),Brian Gainer (University of Mount Union in Ohio) all made their college plans official at a signing ceremony May 3. "It's a huge weight off the shoulders," Vega said."I can wake up every day smiling, knowing that I have a place to go next year." For Powell,signing on the dotted line was as sweet as it gets,because she is the first in program history to sign a Division I scholarship. "I'm really excited just to start the new chapter of my life,"Powell said."I'm hoping to bring the same enthusiasm and the same energy (to FAU) that I've always had.This is the icing on the cake." Wilkins spent two years playing club softball for the Lutz Lightning after one season on the Warriors squad her sophomore year.She said her experience at the club level propelled her to this opportunity. "It's kind of a relief,to be honest,"Wilkins said."It's kind of like all of that has come down to this.All of the hard work I've put in since I was really little and I never thought I'd actually play in college,but I am.It's a really big relief more than anything."Steinbrenner's record-setting signing Warriors junior inside linebacker Logan McKnight said their defense is looking to lead Hillsborough County. Steinbrenner sophomore quarterback Curtis Fitch said the team has learned what it needs to do to win important district games. Steinbrenner junior left tackle Chris Harrison is one of several vying to fill major holes on the offensive line. Warriors junior halfback Kendall Pearcey had a teamhigh 776 rushing yards and 16 total touchdowns last year. (Photos by Kyle LoJacono) CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS May 16,2012 13

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Shabby Abbie's is now open where you will enjoy "Finding Fabulous for Less". Nine shabby chicdesigners specialize in French Country, Romantic Cottage & Cool Coastal decor. Trash to treasure, primitive and unique one-of-a-kind finds includingshabby style living room, dinning room and bedroom furniture. If your taste in home dŽcor is eclectic and unusual or simply recycled and re-purposed, you must visit our new shop in beautiful Land O'Lakes. Shabby Abbie's furniture and decor is timeless "Made in America" from the Antique, Retro and Mid-Century periods.Manufactured by Americans in years past and brought back to life today by local Land O'Lakes and Wesley Chapel girls. Come visit our store and step back into a simpler, more comfortable period of time. Open 10 am to 6 pmTuesday through Saturday. Closed Sunday & Monday. ONE MILE NORTH OF EHREN CUTOFF 6616 Land O'Lakes Boulevard Land O'Lakes,Florida Finding Fabulous For Less... CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS May 16,2012 15 DANCE GYMNASTICS DANCE GYMNASTICSDANCE GYMNASTICS DANCE GYMNASTICS DANCE GYMNASTICS DANCE GYMNASTICS Summer gymnastics classes begin Monday, June 4th Summer camp begins Mon. June 11th Summer dance classes begin Mon. June 18th Cheerleading tryouts are May 20th from 5 to 8pm New Zumba classes begin May 14thSummer gymnastics camp is fun for boys and girls ages 4 and upEarly drop off and late pick up availableFULL DAY CAMP 9am-3:30pm Only $125/week! HALF DAY CAMP 9am-12 noon Only $65/week! REGISTER NOW! Summer Camp & Classes starting soon 23633 Venezia Drive, Land O' Lakes At the intersection of SR54 & Livingston 813-949-7875 DGATAMPA.COM SPORTS By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comLand O'Lakes will send both of its Special Olympics soccer teams to the state games for the third straight year. That was the first goal for LOL Blue and LOL Gold players.Next up is claiming a second championship in as many years. "It's exhilarating,"said midfielder Tara Chamblin,who has been on teams that reached states the last two years."Your heart is pumping,and you don't know what to do.It's like you're going to Hollywood." Chamblin said she was worried when she heard they were going back to states."I told my dad that I was nervous,but he said if we do what we need to do we can win,"Chamblin said.She added,"I think we got it.We have the best players on our team."Along with Chamblin playing midfield, the squads are helped by quick defenders like Joseph Tramel and Ilsa Hernandez,as well as Kenny Rolph in goal. "It's about having fun and trying to do your best,"said Hernandez,who has competed for five years."It's fun getting to work together and get better." The squads'offenses are helped by Yvonne Collinsworth and Andrew Ahearn. "The best part is getting a goal,"Ahearn said.He added,"I'm a scoring machine." The games are at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando.Blue won states for the level three teams last year,while Gold finished as level four runner-up. "Joseph (Tramel) is on the Blue team, and he and the others who went last year have talked about wanting to go back,"said Land O'Lakes coach Vicky King."They had a good time and there's a lot of fun things to do.It's always their goal to get to states to play,and go to Disney." All of the Gators players are current or former Land O'Lakes students.Both squads are unified,which means they have two traditional athletes playing with three Special Olympics players at all times. King said the school has a very active Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) club,which has about 140 members. "Those are most of our unified players," King said."We have some who play basketball,soccer and other sports.It's a great experience for them too.They're great role models for the athletes." King has coached Special Olympics since 1986.Chamblin said King is a big reason the teams are returning to states. "She teaches us everything,"Chamblin said."She's been working with us for years. It's great that she's working with it." States are May 18 to 20.Land O'Lakes is the only Pasco program sending two teams to the event. Gold RosterTara ChamblinYvonne CollinsworthIlsa Hernandez Cynthia LaGreca Katie Lockhart Makenzie Fish* Carrie Godfrey* Brooke Gonzalez* Catherine Gray* Kendra Swetland*Blue RosterAndrew Ahearn Jacob Bednar Colton Larson Kenny Rolph Aaron Secunda Joseph Tramel Samantha Frahm* Kelsee Larson* Tyler Sanders* Joelle Stewart*Gators send two to state Special Olympics *Unified player Andrew Ahearn, left, and Ilsa Hernandez battle for the ball during a recent practice. (Photos by Kyle LoJacono) LOLGold midfielder Tara Chamblin gets some instruction from coach Vicky King during a recent practice.

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Why you choose The Laker and Lutz News for your local newsPeople living in areas with weekly newspapers like The Laker and Lutz News are seven times more likely to get their news from their community newspaper than from the Internet, according to the National Newspaper Association.Here's what else this 2011 NNA study reports 74% read a local newspaper each week Those readers share their paper with 2.3 persons They spend about 40 minutes every week reading their local newspaper 44% keep their community newspaper six or more days 48% of readers say they never read local news online 51% of readers prefer to receive advertising through the newspaper, compared to 11% on the Internet 52% say that their community newspaper is their primary source of information about the local community, compared to seeking information from friends and relatives (16%) and TV (13%)The LAKER+ Lutz NEWS=YOUR COMMUNITY NEWS EQUATIONLand O'Lakes, Wesley Chapel, San Antonio, Zephyrhills, Dade City, Lutz, Odessa3632 Land O'Lakes Blvd,Suite 102 Land O'Lakes,FL 34639 (813) 909-2800 The only weekly newspaper group covering Lutz and all of central and east Pasco HEAR TINSTITU TEDONT MISS A BEAT.Know when to call 911.813-782-1200 fhzeph.org/Heart TheLAKER PARKNEWS MAY 2, 2012 ZEPHYRHILLS SERVING ZEPHYRHILLS & EAST P ASCOFREEThe Laker/P ark N ews Staff R ep or t In Febru ar y an d Marc h th is y ear w omen vo lunte er s a nd Lo w e ’s Her o es, all r e pr e sen ting “The B uild G eneratio n” raised th eir ham mer s on a H abitat f or H umanity o f E ast & C entr al P asco C ou n ty co nstr uc tio n site On M ay 5 ,W o men B u ild vo lu nteer s w ill p ut the fin ish ing to uc hes o n this h ome in r eco gnitio n o f N atio nal W o men Bu ild W e ek.Th is W o men B uild ho me is a lso H abita t f o r Humanity o f E a st & Ce ntr a l P asco ’s 10 0th home. Habitat f or H umanity o f E a st & C en tr al Pasc o Cou n ty w ill c lose o ut W o men B uild W e ek b y d e dicatin g th e 1 0 0th home w ith a celeb ratio n o n May 12 .T h e f estiv ities w ill star t at 9 a.m a t 3 9307 Coit R o ad in Dad e City Everyone is in vited to witn e ss a s th e keys ar e h an d ed to th e f amily. Guests m ay tou r th e home an d th er e w ill b e a b lock party th e me. Natio nal W o men B uild W e ek, wh ic h r un s from M a y 5 -13 is a n atio n w ide in itiativ e o f Habitat f or H umanity’ s W omen B uild p r o gra m develo ped in p artnership w ith Low e ’s. This y e ar’ s th em e “The B u ild G ener ation ,” r eflects th e ev ent’s g oal to recruit an d tr ain w o me n volu nte er s, as w ell as w e lc o m e th e next gener atio n o f Ha b itat W o men B uilde r s — youn g wome n, ages 1 8-2 4 — to h elp support Habita t’ s m issio n to cr e ate af fordable hous in g. This y e ar mo r e th an 20 0 wo m en vo lu n tee r s in Pasco County wo r ked w ith th e Avalos f amily o n its n e w Habitat h ou se. Lowe’s provided in -sto re v o lu nteer tr ain ing to su ppo rt th is c ause. “It’ s so e xcitin g f or u s to focus o n w o men an d in c lude th em in o ur bu ilding efforts, ” e xplain ed Step hanie Blac k d ir e cto r o f J e s s ica A v alo s works o n her H abita t fo r Hu manity hom e with her d aughter T he A v alos’ new hous e will b e dedicate d on May 1 2. (P hoto b y R ichard Riley) S tuden ts fro m Ca rro llwood Da y School in terac t w ith a gopher to rto ise th a t liv es at C ry s ta l Sprin gs P rese rve. The sc h oo l was amon g fiv e th at s pent th e da y at th e pre serve as p art o f Project W ET (P hoto co urte sy of C rys ta l S prin gs Preserv e )By M e gan Huss e y The La k er/L utz Ne ws Corre spondent More th an 3 5 0 sc hoolchildren g o t a n educatio n in w ater r esou rces an d had fun to o, at th e fifth an nual M ak e a Sp lash P r oje c t WET Festiv al at C rystal Sp rings P r eser v e rece n tl y. The f estiv al, c o-sp onso r ed b y th e p r eser ve and Nestle W a ters’ Z ep h yrhills S p r ing Water p lan t, was in te n ded to ed ucate bo th pare nts an d teac hers a bou t th e n eed to pr ese r ve n atu r al w ate r and a bou t th e F lor ida’s w a ter r eso u r ces as a w hole. “We w ant to tea ch th em about the r ole that w ate r p lays in their lif e he r e in Flor id a, an d the r ole tha t the y p la y in w ater co nservatio n, ” s a id Beth Watso n Nestle W a ters sp okesper son .“And we w ant th em to r ealize that, if w e d on’t take car e o f our n atu r al r esour c es, the re so urce s w on’t b e h er e for them an d futu r e generatio ns.” Stu den ts fr om fiv e p artic ip atin g sc hools – in clud in g Sain t Anth on y In terp ar ochial Cath olic Sc hool in San Anton io and Carrollwood Day Sc h ool in Ta mp a — tou r edA wet education at Crystal SpringsHabitat gears up for National Women Build W eek See H A BIT A T pag e 8 S ee SPRINGS p a g e 8 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 W ill A g g ressive ly Fig h t T o P rote ct Y ou r L eg al R ights"18 9 20 N D ale M abry Hwy S te 1 01 L u tz, F L (Corne r of Sunlake & D ale M abry ) TheLAKER FREE TheLAKER WESLEY CHAPEL/NEW T AMPA EDITION APRIL 18, 2012 Check It!SUMMER CAMPS.SUMMER FUN.OH YEAH!Page 10 Triple threatWesley Chapel senior Ravin Gilbert claimed three championships at the Class 2A-District 9 meet on April 13. The Georgia State University signee won the 100-, 200and 400-meter races. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono) For complete coverage,see page 14. B y B .C.Man io nb cm a n ion@ c n ew sp u b s .co mIce cream trucks h av e b ee n mak in g th e rou n ds fo r d ecad es, b u t n o w a n e w bu sine ss in Lu tz is tryin g to b re ak into th e m o b ile sw eets m ark e t. U n forgettab le C up c ake s & M o re,an on lin e c o m p any th at sp ecializes in g o u rm e t cu p ca kes, dip p ed p re tze l ro d s an d m arsh mallo w po p s,recen tly lau n ch ed a n ew lin e o f bu sin e ss a c u p cak e van T h e v an mak es th e ro un ds o f vario u s e v en ts,w ith a regu lar Sa tu rd ay stop at th e L an d O Lak es R ec rea tion Co m ple x o n C o llier P ark w a y. T h e co m p an y's fou n de r, Sh irle y Q u ino n es,b eliev es she h as th e o nly cu p ca ke tru ck in th e area. An d n o w sh e's p lan ning anoth er twist sh e th in ks w ou ld b e a first fo r the m arket:A cu pc ake bar. Th e co nc e pt fo r th e c u p cake b ar is sim ilar to th e ap pro a c h at ic e cream sh ops w here p e o p le ch oo se th e ir o wn to p p in gs for su n da es.In th is case ,th ey'd b e sele cting to ppin gs fo r cu p cakes. W h en Q u in o n es lau nch e d h e r c omp any ab ou t 1 5 m o n th s ago,she w as lo ok in g fo r so mething sh e co u ld d o fo r h erse lfMove over,ice cream man the cupcake van's coming A FESTIVE CELEBRA TIONAntonio Giliard, 25, was half of the duo strutting down Paseo Drive on stilts at Wesley Chapel's Celebration of the Arts. Gilia rd, of Land O' Lakes, was decked out in an array of colors for Busch Gardens. (Photo by Eugenio Torrens) More photos,page 4.Porters say it's time for the county to actBy B.C.Manio nbc m an io n @ c n e w s p u b s .co mThe Pasco County Comm issio n is set to con sider on April 24 a p roposed youth sports co mp lex that co uld put the c ounty on the m ap for n ation al athle tic tou rnaments,b ut C ounty Administrato r John Gallagher w an ts to kn ow more abo ut potential fiscal im pacts b efore he'll sign o ff on the deal. The Porter fam ily,which o wns thousand s of acres of ran ch lan d and citrus g roves in Wesley C hapel,has p roposed a develop ment th ey b elie ve w ill create a sign ifican t econo mic boost for the cou nty. They've b een n egotiatin g the d eal for months an d J.D .Porter said the tim e has com e for the cou nty to act on the p roposal. Porter ex pressed fru stratio n about th e lack of p rogress in negotiations."Every time we've met with them (county staff),there's been a different path that they wanted to go down in regards to it.W e've taken the approach that we want to honor what they want,but at some point there's got to be a defined direction,"said Porter,noting he's ready for the Pasco County Com mission to vote on the family's proposal.Pasco to consider Fields dealSee FIE LDS ,page12 C u s t o m e r s c h e c k o u t t h e c u p c a k e s o f fered by Unforgettable Cupcakes & More at the Land O'Lakes Recreation Complex on Collier Parkway. (Photo by B.C. Manion)Se e C U P C A K E ,pa g e 1 2 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 W ill A ggressiv ely F ight T oP rotect Your L egal R ights"1 8 9 20 N. D a le M ab ry H w y S te 10 1 L u tz F L (C o rn er o f Su n la k e & D ale M ab ry ) TheLAKER FREE TheLAKER L A N D O L A K E S / L U T Z E D I T I O N M A Y 2 ,20 1 2 MON-FRI 7AM TILL 5PM € SAT 8AM TILL 5PM SUNDAY HOURS ARE SEASONAL 3904 LAND O LAKES BLVD.8 13 -4 2 8 -69 2 0 € M U L C H € P IN E B A R K € C O L O R RO C K S € L A V A R O C K € S T E P P ING ST O N E S € A L L SH A P E S ED G E R € T O P S OIL € P A V E R S € F IR E P IT S € S H E LL € R IV E R R O C K € W E E D MA T T € F IR E W O O D € M A SO N SA N D € W E E D K ILL E R € L A N D S C A P E BO U LD E R S € F IL L D IR T W E IN S T A L L B RICK P A V E R SF O R W EE K L Y S P EC IA LS V IS IT US A TWWW.STONECENTERPLUS.COM 39 W I N S S N N N N S S S A BAGGED AND BULK LANDSCAPE MATERIALS B y B.C .Ma n ionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comPic tu re,if y o u will,th o u san d s o f so c c e r, b a seb a ll,s oftb all a n d lac ross e play e rs stre am ing in to Wesle y Ch ap e l to te st th eir sk ills in their re sp e c tiv e sp orts M an y of th ose play e rs an d th e ir fa milie s w o u ld stic k arou n d fo r a fe w d ays,c o m p e tin g in to urn a m e n ts,sta ying ov e rn ight a t a rea ho te ls ,doing a little sh op p ing an d eatin g at loc a l r e sta u ra n ts.That's what Pasco County officials envision will happen with the Fields at Wiregrass,a proposed sports complex that would have 12 fields for soccer and lacrosse and eight fields for baseball and softball.T h e p rop o sal cam e a ste p c lose r to re ality on A pril 2 4,wh e n th e Pasc o Co u n ty C o m m issio n voted u n an imo u sly to allo c a te u p to $1 4 m illio n fo r th e proje ct. "W e're on tra c k no w to deliv er a world class fa cility to Pasco Co u n ty,"sa id J.D P o rte r,w h o se fa mily ow n s th e la n d wh e re the co m p lex w o u ld be bu ilt. T h e Por te rs w o u ld op e ra te a n d main tain the co m p lex,un d e r a n agre e m e n t w ith th e c o u n ty. T h e de a l is n ot e ntir e ly se a led In ad d it io n to settin g a sp e n d ing cap on the p roject,c o m m issio n e rs d ir e cte d their sta ff to iro n ou t th e deta ils o f th e d e a l with th e Por te rs.S o m e issu es not ye t re so lv ed in -Sports complex could put Pasco on mapB y B .C.Ma n io nbcmanion@cnewspubs.comO a sis,A P regn an c y C are Ce n te r,h o p e s to e x p an d by th is tim e ne xt y e ar,said Peter C a ste lla ni,ex e c u tiv e dire cto r o f th e c enter in L an d O 'Lak e s." We fe el th at Go d is callin g us to o p en u p a satellite c e n ter in W esley C hapel,"h e said T h e c en ter also w an ts to in crease serv ices to m en and lau nc h a n ew p ro gram for stu d en ts.T h e preg n an c y ce n ter,w hich o p e n ed in 2 0 0 9 at 3 6 3 2 L an d O'Lak es B lvd.,o ffe rs a fre e a rra y of se rvices,in c luding pre g n an c y te stin g,u ltraso u n d s a n d in fo rm atio n o n to p ics in clud in g fe tal d e ve lop m e n t,c hild b irth lactatio n a n d bab y c are It h as a n e arn while yo u le arn"sy ste m w he reb y wo m e n an d th eir b o y frie n d s o r h u sba n d s ca n earn co u p o n s b y atte n d ing classe s,re a d in g bo o k s,w a tc h ing DV D s,a tten d ing B ib le stu d y an d ta kin g part in o ther a c tiv ities.T h e co u p o n s c a n th e n b e re d e e m e d fo r ite m s su ch as cribs,c h an g ing tables,sw ings,pa c k a n d plays,h ig h ch a irs an d to ys. "I lik e to say we provid e everyth in g fro m bib s to c rib s," C a ste lla n i said Sin c e op e n ing ,th e cen te r h as h ad m ore than 1 ,30 0 clie n t v isits ,invo lv in g 30 0 fa milies,C aste lla ni s aid Ellie S o e n k sen sa id sh e had just tu rn e d 2 0 wh e n sh e le arn e d she w as p reg n a n t a n d turne d to th e ce n ter fo r h elp.T h e preg n an c y w as u n p lan n e d ,an d sh e an d he r b o y frie n d ,Brent no w her h usban d w e re hap p y ,but sc are d So e n k sen sa id sh e was ra ise d in a fa mily with stro n g re ligio us c o n v ic tio n s,a n d sh e w a s w orrie d a b ou t h o w h er p arents wo u ld react.S h e tu rne d to Oasis b e c au se sh e 'd h e a rd ab o u t th e cen ter fo llo w ing a p re viou s p regn an c y sc are. O n th e driv e to th e pre g n an c y ce n te r, th e co u p le w as c o n ce rn e d ab o u t b eing le ctured.In ste ad,th e y fo u n d a frie n d ly a n d w e lco m ing atmosp h e re,So e n k sen said T h e staff c alme d her fe ars an d offe red u sefu l a d v ic e,S o e n k s en said ."It's really easy to vent there.I exp lained P eter C astellan i, the exe cutive director fo r Oasis, a P re gnan cy C are C enter, sa id the cen ter w elcom es do nations and volun teers.An Oasis for pregnancy care S e e CO M P L E X ,pa g e 1 3 B y B.C.Ma n ionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comIt m a y not b e easy fo r so m e to im ag ine b u t th e ma n wh o ove rse es p lan n ing an d gro wth ma n ag e m e n t fo r P asco C o u n ty predic ts th at th e W es ley Ch a p e l a rea w ill b e c o m e th e c o u n ty 's n e w d o w n tow n .Pasco County historically has grown along the w est coast as grow th pushed up from Pinellas County,but changing dynam ics ultim ately w ill transform W esley Chapel and the Wiregrass Ranch Developm ent of Regional Impact (DRI) into a m ajor center for com panies and jobs,said Richard Gehring,grow th m anagem ent adm inistrator for Pasco County.T h e area a lr e ad y ha s e x p e rie n c e d sig nific a n t c h a n g e d urin g th e past d e c a d e G e h rin g s a id,in cluding T h e Sh o p s a t Wire g rass,a re g ion a l sh o p p ing m a ll a t S R 56 a n d Br u c e B.Do w n s B o u le va rd .Next to the mall,Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel,an 80-bed hospital with room to expand to 300 beds,is set to open this fall at 2600 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.A three-story,100,000square-foot wellness center just broke grown on the property last week.M e a n w h ile,th e Pasco-He rn an d o C o m m u n ity Colle g e is b uild in g its first m u lti-sto ry sa tellite P orte r C a m p u s a t Wire grass on SR 56,on a site do n a te d by th e Porte r fa mily. T h e co m m u n ity co lle g e will b e ju st a c ro ss th e ro a d fr o m a site wh e re Ray m o n d Jam e s is u n d e r c o n tract w ith th e Po rte rs fo r a majo r sa te llite offic e p ark. G e h r ing pred ic te d th at o n c e c o n stru ctio n o n th e Ra ym o n d Jam e s p ro ject b e g in s ,th e Porte rs lik ely will b e ta lk in g to natio n al a n d glob a l c o m p a n ie s a b o u t a d ditio n al p roje cts in th e area.To add to the m ix,the Pasco County Com m ission last week approved spending up to $14 m illion for The Fields at W iregrass,a sports co mplex that the Porters h ave estim ated w ould gen erate 100,000 hotel bed nights a year by attracting national and regional baseball,softball,soccer and lacrosse tournam ents.T h e re's a lso ta lk of a ne w sh o p p ing de ve lop m e n t at th e Cy p re ss C ree k T o w nPasco poised to be regional player Oasis, a Pregnancy Care Center provides baby food, baby clothes and other essentials to its clients for free. (Photos by B.C. Manion)that m y p aren ts didn 't k no w.No o ne kn ew b ecau se w e d idn 't w ant to get le ctu red ,"sh e said.T h e Oasis sta ff h elpe d he r u n d e rsta n d h ow to ta lk to h er p arents ab o ut h er p reg n an cy .Th e y re mind e d h er th at sh e was h e r pare nts'b ab y a n d th ey wo uld lik e ly want to h elp h er. P u re Sc h au e r Soe nk sen's mo ther is o rig inally fro m Sp a in ,but n ow liv es in O d e ssa.S h e sa id sh e had alway s p ictu red h e r daugh ter g ra d ua tin g fro m colle ge b efore S e e OA S IS,pa g e 1 3 S e e PA S C O ,pa g e 1 3 Richard Gehring Lutz News FREE Lutz News SER VING LUTZ/ODESSA M A Y 2,2012 Call AttorneyJIM HOLLIDAY813-868-1887 AUTO ACCIDENT?SLIP & FALL? No Fees Or Costs Unless You WinHelping Injured People H O L L ID A Y B O M H O FF K A R A T IN O S P.L. Attorneys at Law "I Will Aggressively Fight ToProtect Your Legal Rights"18920 N. D ale M abry Hw y Ste 101 Lutz, FL (C orner of Sunlake & D ale M abry) Check It!SU MMER CA MPS .S UMMER F UN.OH Y E A H!Page 10 Envir onmental educationStuden ts fro m Ca rrollw o od Day Schoo l got a clos e-u p view of a goph er to rto is e at Crysta l Sprin gs Preserve recen tly as p art o f a n enviro nm e n tal e du ca tion prog ram called Make a S plash Proje ct WE T F e s tival, c o-sp onsored b y the prese rve and Ne s tle Waters 'Zephy rh ills Spring Water plant. (P ho to courte s y of C rystal Sprin g s Pre se rve) Remembering the missingCa d e ts f ro m t h e Ju n ior R O T C progra m at M it c h e ll H igh S c h o o l p articip ated in a re c e n t M is sing Ma n C e re m o n y and d e d icatio n o f a p e rma n e n t m e m o ria l a t M e d ical C e n ter o f T rin ity S e e s to ry ,p a g e 4 (Ph o to by To n y M a s e lla ) B y B .C.Manionbcmanion@ cnewspubs.comTrom ping through Lake Dan Nature Preserve,visitors step on branches,pine needles and chunks of w ood where m ature oaks once stood. Sunlight stream s into open spaces in sandhill habitat and pine flatw oods forest, where the oak ham mocks'leafy canopy once provided shade and beauty. To onlookers,the afterm ath of heavy equipm ent knocking dow n and grinding up oak trees m ay seem to be evidence of a devastating attack against nature. Environm ental specialists from Hillsborough County,however,tell a different story.The oaks had to be cleared to create conditions that support gopher tortoises,Sherm an's fox squirrels,indigo snakes and other w ildlife on the property at 11009 Tarpon Springs Road in Odessa. A multitude of oak trees becam e estab-Letting the sunshine in at Lake Dan A fo x sq u irre l is s p o tte d b etwe e n th e tru nk s of a p ine tre e a t L a k e Da n P res e rve. (Photo by Fred Bellet/Community Newsphoto Service)By B .C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comLearning Gate Comm unity School is one of 78 schools nationw ide named a Green Ribbon School,a new designation that honors environmental excellence. The program recognizes schools that save energy,reduce costs,feature environmentally sustainable learning spaces,protect health,foster wellness,and offer environmental education to boost academ ic achievement and com munity engagement. L e a rn in g Ga te C o m m u n ity S c h o o l s tud e n ts C ole Va k a li (le ft to rig ht) B e c k e tt M arcu s C a s s id y Carma n a n d J u lia n a H e s s lis te n to Jim Mc G in ity a te a c h e r at th e sc h o o l w h o is en g a g e d in a re s e a rc h pro je c t to s e e whic h b ird s liv e at th e s c h o o l s ite an d w h ic h are tra v e lin g th ro u g h (P h o to co u rte s y of L e a rn in g Ga te C o m m u n ity Sc h o o l).Learning Gate wins national distinctionSee LAKE DAN,page13 S e e L EA R N IN G G A TE,page13 CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS May 16,2012 17 SPORTS By Jeff Odom The Laker/Lutz News CorrespondentGaither baseball coach Frank Permuy could only look on in disbelief as a mass of green jerseys mobbed the infield. His Cowboys'(19-10-1) bats were left silent in a 2-0 loss to Venice in the Class 7A regional finals May 11.The game was scheduled to be played at Gaither but was moved to Steinbrenner High because of a conflict with Relay For Life. "I just think playing over here tonight,we came here mentally, but we left our hearts at Cowboys Field,"Permuy said.He added,"I thought we played well, we got a lesson on how to bunt today and (Venice) did all the right little things.We just couldn't make anything happen." Permuy learned of the venue change via the Internet and was not pleased with Hillsborough County's decision to switch the location. "It's a shame for (the players) that they couldn't play a regional final game at their own (expletive) field,"Permuy said."I'm really upset about it. That's our county and that's the FHSAA not wanting to make an exception in this case.They told us we could do both things simultaneously and then (county athletic director Lanness Robinson) told us we couldn't." The Indians (22-8) took advantage of two Gaither errors in the top of the second inning when shortstop Oscar Mercado and second baseman Cody Robinson botched back-to-back grounders.Cowboys senior pitcher Alex Milne (4-3,2.37 ERA) stayed focused and worked out of it without relinquishing a run. "I just said You've got to get out of this jam and pick your team up,'"Milne said."I just thought I had to keep us in the game." Gaither's best chance to score came in the second,when senior Jose Gonzalez hit a double over the left fielder.The scoring chance was short lived as Chris Torres and Robinson grounded out.Indians pitchers Tyson Albert and Cooper Hammond kept his team out of sync."Those guys did a great job and kept us off balance the whole night,"Permuy said. The Venice offense broke the scoreless tie in the third when a leadoff walk and sacrifice bunt by Grant Banko put a runner on second with one out.Eddie Pastrana recorded the second out by robbing the Indians of an extra base hit on a diving catch in the outfield,but Brandon Elmy drove in the winning run with a single to center.The Indians added a run in the seventh on a Banko hit to left field."They executed well and got the bunts down when they needed to,"Milne said. "Some go your way and some don't,and tonight it just didn't go our way." Milne finished with six strikeouts,three walks and one earned run in a complete game effort. To reach the finals,the Cowboys defeated Seminole 6-1 at home May 8. On the mound,right-handed senior Evan Gainey went the distance for the second straight game giving up just two hits and an earned run while striking out six."I felt really good and my arm felt outstanding,"Gainey said."With a defense like that and hitting like that it's so easy to pitch."Gainey (7-4,1.62 ERA) sent down the Warhawks (24-4) in order to start the fourth inning,and the Gaither offense responded by sending nine players to the plate and scoring five runs.Robinson was plunked in the back to load the bases with one out after Gonzalez singled to right field and Randy Oliva walked.Senior catcher Jake Gowen capitalized with a single up the middle to score two.Pastrana brought home Robinson on a sacrifice fly.Permuy credited his seniors for coming up when it meant the most. "Those guys busted their butt all week and they really wanted this thing,"Permuy said."I don't think anyone has jumped on (Seminole) early like that this year,but we were able to do that and it showed."Gaither loses home field, then game to Venice Gaither senior pitcher Evan Gainey earned his seventh win of the season in the regional semifinals. (Photo by Cameron Valdez) Gaither senior first baseman Jose Gonzalez stretches to complete an out on a would-be Seminole base runner. (Photo by Glenn Gefers of www.photosby3g.com)

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Closer Look AN ADVERTISER PROFILE After meeting Wilma Clarkson, owner of Hello Beautiful clothing boutique in Land O' Lakes, it's almost impossible to image her in her former job as a heavy equipment operator moving logs in the woods of north central Wisconsin. The petite, fashionably dressed business owner owned a logging operation with her late husband, Jeff, for 25 years. The couple planned to move together to Central Pasco, their longtime vacation destination, but sadly Jeff was diagnosed with cancer and died not long after they finalized their plans to sell their business and retire. "After Jeff died, I decided to stick with our plans to move to Florida because it was our dream," said Wilma. She finished liquidating the logging business and moved to Lutz in 2007. Because she has always loved clothes and loved to shop, after moving to Florida Wilma began working part-time at area boutiques, including Hello Beautiful. When Hello Beautiful's former owner decided to sell, Wilma saw the opportunity and bought the business this past January. "I worked at Hello Beautiful for six months before I bought it and knew this was the perfect opportunity for me," said Wilma. "I love helping women bring out their sexy side and feel more attractive, no matter their age." Hello Beautiful caters to women of all ages and sizes who are looking for trendy clothes that are reasonably priced. Its customers come from neighbors in nearby Lake Padgett and other middle class subdivisions in Land O' Lakes and Lutz, as well as visitors and residents of area nudist resorts. The store is located on US 41 in Dupree Plaza, three miles north of SR 54 and just south of the Land O' Lakes Post Office. It is in the same center as J. Joseph's Salon and Spa. Hello Beautiful sells dresses, pants, skirts and tops for casual wear and sassy, sexy clothing for an evening out. In addition to clothing, Hello Beautiful has shoes, jewelry, wigs, hats and other accessories. "My staff and I can help customers obtain a whole new look, or enhance their current one," said Wilma. Wilma's enthusiasm for her store and her customers is contagious. She eagerly waits on customers and offers many creative ideas on how to complete an outfit with accessories. "I tapped into my feminine side after moving to Florida by working at area boutiques, even doing some modeling," said Wilma. "It just made sense to take it to the next level and buy Hello Beautiful when the opportunity presented itself. I knew I was ready to go into business for myself again and am thrilled to be working with such a wonderful clientele in a business that I love."Trendy boutique clothing is reasonably priced at Hello Beautiful DUPREE PLAZA 813.996.43005132 Land O'Lakes Blvd. Land O'Lakes, FL34639Open Tues-Sat 10am-6pm Wilma Clarkson, owner813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS May 16,2012 18 HOMES FOR SALE LAKE PADGETT ESTATES EAST 3/2/2 home on private cul-desac. Open floor plan, great for entertaining, Fenced yard. Was $139,900, now $134,900. Cody Adams 813-909-0712 2BR HOME WITH 3 LOTS fronts meandering primitive lake & canal accessing 2 ski lakes. Has scrnd porch + shop bldg. 3rd lot is vacant & buildable. Only $150,000. Call Helen Grantham @ 813-767-4899 WILDERNESS LAKE PRESERVE short sale. 5/3/3 with Media room, Large Master bed and bath. Formal dining and living room, oversized 3 car garage. Premier guarded community with clubhouse & many activities $205,000 call Allen Senel 727-492-5023 IMMACULATE HOME FOR IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY! Buy this 2/2/1 for $74,500, excellent cross-ventilation! All windows and door screened, 5 ceiling fans. Live with or without air conditioning! Washer and dryer included. Faith Garcia 813-503-6610 2/2/2 IN THE GROVES boasts a library, fitness center, craft room, pool and Jacuzzi, lighted tennis courts, and of course 18-hole golf course $128,500. Call Carol Winship 813-469-1554 ASBEL ESTATES 4 bedroom 2 bath move-in ready home. screened lanai, backs up to conservation with oversized 2 car garage, hard surfaced floors throughout for those with allergies Seller motivated Price reduced to $189,900. Mauricio Rodriguez 813-748-2389. OVER TEN ACRES IN PASCO TRAILS 4/3.5/2 and pool home. With a four stall barn and tac room, fenced & cross fenced! Reduced $449,500 Call Holly Walton 727-631-2068 REDUCED CYPRESS BAYOU IN LAND O' LAKES. Big waterfront lot for fishing. 2 homes: a 3/2 dble wide and a 2/1 single wide, recently renovated. Only $87,000. Call Helen Grantham 813-767-4899. Workshop, Green House, Detached Garage: Great for a person with a hobby! 3/2 concrete block pool home on 1.8 acres with a pond. Faith Garcia 813-503-6610.LAKE LOT BLOW-OUT BONANZA THONOTOSASSA 165 Ft OF LAKE FRONTAGE. Perfect property for your gorgeous home. Dock with covered and open deck. Breath taking view of the lake. $1,500,000 Call Russell Adams 813-949-3603 ESTATE HOME SITE of almost 3 acres on lake. Ski, swim & fish on sand bottom lake in Land O' Lakes. Asking $600,000. Enough room for 2 homes if desired. Call Helen Grantham 813-767-4899 SKI LAKE SAXON 100 Ft Lake Frontage. Lake Padgett Estates $134,900. Call Cody 813-909-0712 HALF ACRE ON BIG LAKE THOMAS Bring the ski boat! 160 acre ski lake with dock and well. $164,900 owner financing ready for the boat! Plan today for tomorrow, owner says sell. Call Cody 813-909-0712 KING LAKE 120 acre ski lake .One acre on cul-de-sac. Over 150 ft. of lake frontage, gorgeous panoramic view. City water Call Cody 813-909-0712 LAKEFRONT in Land O'Lakes, FL .57 acres on lovely Lake Tony! Build your dream home today! $89,900! Faith Garcia 813-5036610 or 813-949-3600 Ext 106 BIG LAKE THOMAS 4 acres lake front, dock, power pole, well. Possible multiple home sites with 6 ft black chain link fence. Own your own heavily wooded/secluded estate. Call Cody 813-909-0712RENTAL PROPERTY 3/2/2 IN MOVE IN CONDITION. CHERRY CREEK fenced, large screened porch, washer/dryer $1,300. Call Irving Hernandes 813 843-6026VACANT PROPERTY S. HERNANDO COUNTY 4.64 acres of pasture, all high and dry. $69,000 call Arnold Godwin 813-690-7843 SHORT SALE $42,000 FOR .58 acre purchased for $80,000 in 2007! Cleared ready to build executive home. Big Moss Lake Road at corner of Graham Lane. Faith Garcia 813-503-6610 OWNER FINANCING FOR 4.67 ACRES toward the back of a horse community! Neighborhood has expensive custom built homes, will allow a new double-wide! Mature trees to surround your dream home. Call Faith Garcia 813-503-6610COMMERCIAL SALE/LEASE 5 ACRES ON U.S. 41 NORTH zoned for commercial use with septic, well, and electric from former 12 unit mobile home park! $139,000. Call Faith Garcia 813-503-6610 or 813-949-3600 Ext 106 RESTAURANT FOR SALE ON PROMINENT CORNER Grand Blvd, Old Florida Style House wrap around porch. Great business opportunity, New Port Richey, 1/2 acre, lift station. $150,000. Cody Adams 813-909-0712BANK OWNED COMMERCIAL BUILDING 5,000 Sq. Ft., zoned C2 on US 41. 3/4 A/C + 1/4Warehouse. Cody Adams 813-909-0712 PROFESSIONAL OFFICE SPACE 3,000 Sq. Ft. near Sun Coast & 54. 90% Bank Financing Cody Adams 813-909-0712Russell Adams Realty,Inc.2502 Land O'Lakes Blvd.Corner of Carson Rd.& US 41949-3603 www.russelladamsrealty.com"BUSINESS IS HOPPING LOOKING FOR ENERGIZED AGENTS 813-949-3600" Mobile Detailing Basic Wash Wash & Wax Full Detail Home Pressure Washing Also Available Keep your car looking great.Call Curtis for Appointment 813.347-0502$35.00 WASH & WAX$55 Value$65.00 HEADLIGHT RESTORATIONup to $100 Value New coach, new mentality, new outlookBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comFreedom football has known nothing but change in its nine-year history. The Patriots have had five coaches since 2006 and have made the playoffs only once in that stretch,a first-round exit in 2009.The program has a 17-32 record in that time,613 in district. Consistency has been lacking at all levels of the program,but changes by new coach Todd Donohoe have brought fresh confidence this spring. "Our goal is to make states this fall," Donohoe said."I think we have the players and coaches to get there.We're not just going to accept average or OK or even good.We're striving to be great." Donohoe,who played inside linebacker at Dunedin,spent four years as an assistant at perennial powerhouse and defending Class 6A state champion Armwood before starting Strawberry Crest's program. "We've had some good coaches,but coach Donohoe has changed this into a legit program," said junior running back/cornerback Nate Godwin."Everything we do is building the program,and we're doing more fundraising too. He's kind of bringing that Armwood swagger to Freedom." Donohoe said that building starts before kids see a high school field. "It's about developing the varsity,the junior varsity and working with the youth football programs,"Donohoe said."That's how you make a program." Along with a new attitude,the players have seen major changes in the structure. "Everything is a lot more together,"said junior outside linebacker/tight end Isaac Tanner."Practices are a lot more efficient.I won't say they're better,but we get a lot more done.Last year we basically had one coach,so it was harder to get all the reps in and correct." Sophomore offensive tackle/inside linebacker Dillon Browne added,"I see us coming together a lot more as a family.We're more as a brotherhood,and I'm seeing a lot more competition,which is fun. We'll be talking to each other on Facebook and Twitter about who's going to dominate in practice.We hit each other and see who the best of the best is,but after practice we all come together again." That togetherness and organization is evident before the Patriots hit the field.SPORTS Freedom football's fresh beginning Patriots junior running back/cornerback Nate Godwin is working to make contributions on both sides of the ball. Freedom sophomore Taylor King will enter the fall as the starting quarterback. 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"As the mom of nine (yes, nine!) children, my mother doesn't have the time or money to pamper herself and is the most deserving woman I know. She has dedicated her life to the care of her children. She was only able to have one biological child, so she became a foster parent and adopted eight more. My parents gave up their time, money and careers to help kids in need. I wish I could say it has been easy for them, but not a day goes by when my parents are not dealing with one crisis or another. Despite still having four kids at home, my mom helps other cash-strapped families. When she heard about a young, single mother who couldn't afford daycare, she volunteered to watch her toddler almost every day. She also helps baby-sit my two little girls. My mom's life is very stressful and she rarely has the chance to leave her house. It would be such a treat for her to spend the day shopping and getting a makeover, and to go out to dinner with my dad without the kids."Our grand prize winner received a bundle of gifts from participating merchants, including a shopping spree from Classy Consignment, cut and color by Shanna Young of Hairstyle Salon, Mary Kay cosmetic makeover by Annette Antinori-Hall, airbrush tan from Tropic Tan and dinner for two at Benedetto's Ristorante Italiano.Grand Prize WinnerMICHELLE FALLONof New TampaNominated by daughter Laurie GraulichOur second place winners received a cut and color from Hairstyle Salon. Second Place Winners The LAKER / Lutz NEWS HairStyleSalon "My mom survived cancer and also has a disease called MS which makes her tired a lot and not feeling too good. She not only helps our family, but also teaches kids about literature and is always helping her friends when they have problems. Mom teaches 6th grade. Her students are not always the best students and they wear her out because she's really tired after school. Even though she is tired, she still goes to her writers'group, cooks and cares for us, helps raise money for my band at school and gets things for kids who don't have stuff. My mom likes to look pretty and she saves our family money by doing her hair by herself (sometimes I help her with the back). You should give her a make over because it would make her feel good and it will make other people feel good to because we will know she is happy." "My mother inspires me. Through her quiet faith, mom taught me to believe in something larger than myself. Through her volunteering at her church, she showed me that many people live very different lives than we do and we should be thankful and give back. Mom doesn't sugarcoat her words; she listens and calls things as she sees them. Bottom line, she is the most honest person I know. She doesn't make a big deal out of what she does, but to the people she helps she is an angel. Along time ago, mom and dad decided to choose my brother and me from Catholic Charities adoption agency. She wanted me and has always expressed through her words and actions how special I am to her. I just hope she knows how special she is to me." "My middle sister, Grissel Jackson, may only be 4 feet 10 inches tall, but she never let her height become an obstacle. She served eight years in the U.S. Army and now works as a civilian in a very demanding job that requires her to work additional hours in the evenings and weekends. I can't recall the last time my sister went to the movies, a show or out to dinner. I recently went through a divorce and my sister has allowed me to stay with her family until I can get back on my feet. I would like to show her my appreciation for helping me in my time of need by nominating her for this makeover. She is very deserving."WENDY HAUVERof LutzNominated by son Dillon FlemingCINDY KAMAT of OdessaNominated by daughter Mary KamatGRISSEL JACKSON of RuskinNominated by sister Omayra Melendez CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS May 16,2012 19 SPORTS Prepractice workouts,which were unheard of last season,are done in unison. "We work out as a team and we practice as a team,"Godwin said. The defense was Freedom's strength last season,and that side of the ball has the potential to be stronger with several big additions to the line. "Defense wins championships,and our defense is looking great,"said Tanner,who had 75 tackles and a team-high seven sacks last season."We got some guys who just grew and we got some new kids transferring in.We've got some giants out there. Both of our ends are 6-foot-4 or taller;one's a freshman (Scott Patchan) and one's a sophomore (Malik Robinson).It makes my job easier." Donohoe has changed the base defense to get more linebackers on the field and is happy with how fast the players have picked up the system. "I'm really excited about all three levels of our defense,"Donohoe said. "We're going to let our big and fast defensive ends work around the edge and let the linebackers come from different places to confuse the offense." Donohoe said he believes in keeping players on one side of the ball to let them fully understand the position and plays.The exception is with Browne, Godwin and Tanner. "Thank goodness they're smart kids and have been around for a while," Donohoe said."We can count on them to do both and they make everyone better." The offense lost its leading rusher and top-two receivers,but has continuity at quarterback with 6-foot-3, 200-pound sophomore Taylor King.He has gotten playing time since his freshman year and became the starter in Week 5 last season.He completed 46of-98 passes for 526 yards and one score in 2011. "The whole offense has been working hard to learn the new playbook,"King said. "Everything has been coming together fast because we're much more organized. If our offense keeps learning the plays like we are now I think we'll be good.We're ahead of where we were at last year.We're good on the physical side,but we need to get a little better with the mental side." Donohoe has seen changes in King in just the last few weeks. "He's showing more poise,leadership and attitude,"Donohoe said."That's one thing we preach in everything we do is we're developing leaders." The Patriots play at King High for their spring jamboree May 24 starting at 6:30 p.m. Stats as recorded to Maxpreps.com by coaches Freedom junior linebacker/tight end Isaac Tanner has seen a new level of organization with the team under new head coach Todd Donohoe. SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS CHECK THIS OUT Academy's Amelia Oliver commits Academy at the Lakes girls basketball player Amelia Oliver has committed to Bacone College,an NAIA program in Oklahoma. Oliver transferred from Sunlake as a senior and helped the Wildcats win a district and regional championship and reach the Class 2A state final four.She had a team-high 18.9 points per game last season.Warriors summer baseball campSteinbrenner baseball coach John Crumbley and assistant Shaun Fowler will lead the third annual Warriors baseball camp this summer at the Lutz Little League for kids ages 6 to 13.Sessions are from June 11 to 14,June 18 to 21,July 9 to 12 and July 30 to Aug.2.Each day is from 9 a.m.to 2 p.m.The cost is $110 per session. To sign up,call (813) 546-9955 or email warriorbaseballcamp@verizon.netSports Editor Kyle LoJacono can be reached at (813) 909-2800 or klojacono@cnewspubs.com. Bulls take Spring Bash tourneyThe Land O'Lakes Bulls 8U baseball team won the Spring Bash Tournament April 13 to 15. The travel club went 4-1 at the event played in north Tampa, defeating South Brandon, North Tampa and two Citrus Park teams to win the title. It is the first tournament crown for the program after placing second in its previous two events. The Bulls include Jared Backhus, Brian Holiday, Jalen Seales, Owen McElFatrick, Austin Black, Caden Kresak, Dakota Gifford, Chase Brownell, Kory Doerr, Trey Santana, Cody Williams and Dylan Moore. Coaches are Dan Backhus, Tim Brownell, Jay Black, Dave Doerr and Chris Kresak.

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www.DennisRealty.com Lakefront Lutz Home!4/2.5/2 w split bedroom plan. Master bath features garden tub. Fully enclosed & air conditioned Florida room w great lake views. Home is located on a quiet fishing lake that is over 14 acres. Property is fenced. $285k.(lut)Willow Bend! 4/2/2 on quiet cul-de-sac. Kitchen features breakfast bar, tiled counter tops & backsplash. Popular split floor plan w oversized secondary bedrooms. Huge lanai plays host to sparkling pool & private backyard. No CDD. $199.9k. (ben) Lots of shade!3/2.5/2 two story home nestled among towering oaks. Spacious floor plan w open kitchen/snack bar, formal dining room, separate living room, & enclosed Florida room. Large fenced yard has 2 storage sheds & wooden swing. $178k. (ste)Meadow Pointe!3/2/2 on over 1/2 acre! Kitchen features eatin area, breakfast bar, spacious pantry & lots of cabinet space. Arched doorways & plant shelves throughout. Screened lanai backs up to conservation view. Community has too many amenities to list! $165k.(har) Wilderness Lakes!4/3 1/2 bath w 2 car garage plus small bonus garage. Gourmet kitchen w cherry cabinets, granite counters & island. Beautiful walnut hardwood floors. Wrought iron fencing. Large screened lanai w pool & hot tub. $385k.(sky) Suncoast Meadows! 3/2/2 w open great room floor plan. Beautiful wood laminate floors. Bright open kitchen w granite counters & stainless appliances. Master bath features his & hers vanities & garden tub. Close to Suncoast Parkway.$145k.(pop)Ballantrae!5/4/2 spacious 2 story home. Kitchen features stainless appliances & ample cabinet space. Eating space in kitchen as well as separate formal dining room. Community includes clubhouse, pool, & playground. Close to Suncoast Parkway. $279k.(dow) Plantation Palms!2/2/2 Maintenance free villa. Plan features family room, great room, & formal dining room. Beautiful laminate floors. Gated community features pool, golf course & restaurant. Enjoy view of golf course from screened lanai. No CDD. $174.5k.(ban)Plantation Palms!4/3/3 on 2nd green of golf course. Large open kitchen features 42" cabinets, breakfast bar, island & walk in pantry. Screened lanai w gas heated spa & great view of golf course! Gated community w no CDD & low HOA.$254.9k.(din) Lakefront! 5/4/2 on almost an acre! Spacious home features separate in-law quarters w/ kitchen. Three screened lanai's to relax in poolside! Enjoy sunbathing or fishing off private dock. Storage shed w workshop. Located at the end of quiet road. $340k.(fan) Forest Hills!2 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath 2 story townhome. Recently updated to include newer appliances, carpet & wood siding. Partially fenced backyard w patio. Quaint neighborhood w mature trees. Great Tampa location close to I-275. $54.9k.(for)Grant Park!Cute 2/1 Block home w in walking distance to neighborhood park. Garage has been converted for extra storage space. Fully fenced yard. Easy access to downtown Tampa, shopping and restaurants. Priced to sell. Move in ready condition. $29,999.(54th) Newly Renovated!3/2/2 charming newer home. Modern kitchen w stainless appliances. Upgrades include new laminate flooring, fresh interior paint, & newer A/C. Covered back porch. Fenced backyard. Great location in the heart of Tampa. $140k. (vir)New Tampa!6/5/3 Gorgeous 2 story home. Kitchen is chef's dream w 42"cabinets, granite counters, stainless appliances, & island w wine rack! Screened lanai offers conservation view. Community features pool, playground, tennis & much more! $305k. (blu) Carrollwood!2/2 Beautiful 2nd floor condo. Kitchen features stainless appliances & breakfast bar. Open living room area w laminate floors & fireplace. Screened balcony w storage. Gated community includes resort style pool, fitness center & tennis. $59,999k.(mol) TAMPA CALL 949-7444 x100 1022 Land O' Lakes Blvd. Lutz, FL 33549(at the corner of US41 & County Line Road) LAND O' LAKES/LUTZ/WESLEY CHAPEL CALL 949-7444 x100 Property Management Services 813-949-5842 813-949-7444 $1195/mo.2/2/1 Maintenance free townhome. Conservation view. Tom Chastain 781-0938$1495/mo.4 bedroom 2 1/2 bath in Wilderness Lakes. Great pond view! Christy Laramay 451-6727$1895/mo.3/2/2 Oakstead home. Screened lanai w pool & hot tub. Laura Bloomer 949-7444 Ext. 123$850/mo.2/2 condo in USF area. Community Pool & Rec Center. Pam Leece 235-5255 $1795/mo.6 bedroom, 3 1/2 bath two story home in Grand Oaks. Josh Smith 486-9276$900/mo.2 bedroom 2 1/2 bath Oldsmar townhome. Community pool! Christy Laramay 451-6727$1195/mo.3/2/2 Lutz home w screened pool. Wood floors throughout. Josh Smith 486-9276$1300/mo.4/3 two story Tampa home. Fenced yard! Michelle Humphrey 842-3955$1300/mo.3/2 New Tampa condo. 1st floor w/conservation view! Patti Webster 310-0215$1650/mo.3/2.5/2 w bonus room & pool in Grand Oaks. Lisa Henderson 817-9834 RENTALS Lutz! Over an acre of lakefront property, lined w mature trees. $200k. Rob Rochlin 948-0999Lake Magdalene Area! Over half an acre w grand oaks. $165k. Murray Team 966-5666WC area!Almost 1 acre near 54 w school zoning. $129k Owner/agent Amy Manion 454-7139Lutz!1863 Sq ft of Commercial space in Hwy 54 Retail Center. $199,990 Lynn Smith 907-7711Warehouse/OfficeHwy 54 in Lutz. 7500 sf. on 1.25 acre. Zoned C-2. $695k. Mark Willett 731-1516.Professional/Medical Bldg.Hwy 54 in Wesley Chapel. 1980 sf. $249k. Mark Willett 731-1516 LAND & COMMERCIAL On Target for You813-994-3328 Call 813-949-5842 Property Managers Available Now!Thinking of Renting? San Antonio!2/2/2 in Tampa Bay Golf & Tennis Club. Eat in kitchen with bay window seat & double pantries. Includes formal dining room, living room, & Florida room. Large master bath with garden tub. Gated community with golf course, pool & tennis courts. $74.9k.(cor)Exceptional!Custom built 4/2.5/2 home on over 1 acre just 10 minutes from I-75! Beautiful home offers private office & features galore...central vac, crown molding, 600' wraparound covered porch, wood burning fireplace & so much more. $309,990. (dar) Dade City!Spacious 2/2 mobile home w 2 car carport on half acre. Beautiful countryside views. Open floor plan w kitchen overlooking dining room. Large utility workshop, two screened patios, new carpeting, NEW 13sr 2.5 ton Trane AC & newer hot water heater!! Horses ok! $37.9k. (riv)Zephyrhills!2/2/1 immaculate villa! Kitchen features maple cabinets & newer stainless appliances. Beautiful tiled floors in dining room, Florida /media room & kitchen. Wood burning fireplace living room. Fenced backyard w wood deck & beautiful landscaping. $90k.(for) Got horses? This 5 acre fully fenced Spring Hill property offers a spacious 3/2/2 home along w the quiet sounds of nature & total privacy. Open floor plan w laminate wood floors throughout living areas & impressive wood burning fireplace, updated kitchen & more. $289k.(mcm) ZEPHYRHILLS/DADE CITY/OTHER AREAS CALL 949-7444 x100 Behind on your house payments? Need Short Sale Advice? Stop worrying and call today for a complimentary, confidential consultation813-310-7402 PRICE REDUCED NEW LISTING JUST LISTED PRICE REDUCED NEW LISTING UNDER CONTRACT CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS May 16,2012 21

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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! 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS May 16,2012 22

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PROMPT SAME DELIVERY OR NEXT DAY DELIVERY FLAT-RATE PRICING NO HIDDEN COSTS RECYCLING PROGRAMSConcrete, Wood, Paper & Tires Land O' Lakes Lutz Odessa, Keystone Volunteer Fire Dept. Hale Rd.(Behind Circle K on US 41) Community Center US 41 Across From LOL Post Office Recycling Center5710 Land O' Lakes Blvd.First United Methodist Church6209 Land O' Lakes Blvd.Keystone United Methodist Church 16301 Racetrac Rd. Keystone Presbyterian 7509 Van Dyke Rd. All Saints Lutheran 5315 Van Dyke Rd. Faith Lutheran Church 2703 N.Florida Ave.USF,Sycamore Dr.Carrollwood Temple Terrace Tims Presbyterian Sunset Rd.E.of 41 Lutz Women's Club Lutz Lake Fern Rd.(behind fire station)NEWSPAPERRECYCLING DROP-OFF SITES CLOSE TO YOU! R E D U C E E R E U S E E R E C Y C L E State-of-the-art Shredding Machine On-site or bring to us Customized plans for a daily, weekly, or monthly schedule ROLL OFF CONTAINERS RECYCLINGFAST FACT Homeowners Businesses Commercial Renovations Roof Tear-Offs 20,30,40,Yard Sizes Keep your business YOUR BUSINESS!SECURE DOCUMENTSHREDDING 813-996-55305710 Land O'Lakes Blvd. One tree can filter up to 60 lbs of pollutants from the air each year. 813-949-7424 CALLFORANAPPOINTMENT21533 VILLAGELAKESSHPGCTR. DROn Hwy. 54, just 1 block east of Hwy 41 LAND O'LAKESDENTAL CAREDr. Estrada and her caring and friendly staff will take the time to listen and answer all questions, providing a treatment program for your unique needs. Patient education and quality of dentistry are the reasons our patients love to refer their family and friends. ExamD0150 XraysD0210ConsultationD9310Healthy Patient CleaningD1110in absence of gum disease**must present coupononly$83a $282 value Sandra Aljure-Estrada, DDSGentle Dentistrywith a Woman's Touch*The patient and any other person responsible for payment has a right to refuse to pay, cancel payment, or be reimbursed for payment for any other service, examination, or treatment that is performed as a result of and within 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for the free, discounted fee, or reduced fee service, examination or treatment. New PatientSpecialExamD0140 XrayD0220only$45a $83 valueLimited Exam Se Habla Espa–ol*must present couponACROSS 1. Handrail support 6. Chin indentation 11. "ANightmare on ___ Street" 14. Resident of Orissa, India 15. Personnel director 16. Formerly known as 17. Decay 19. "___ fallen ..." 20. Parkinson's drug 21. Aim 23. Sows again 26. Burger bun topping 27. Wing case 28. Jupiter moon 29. Flipper 30. Cook, as clams 32. Fertilizer ingredient 35. Carve in stone 37. "Enigma Variations" composer 39. Ten cents 40. Therapy 42. Coffee order 44. Atlantic catch 45. One causing disturbance of peace 47. Enlarge 49. One more 51. Ground corn and mesquite beans (pl.) 52. More clownlike 53. Diana ___, Canadian jazz singer 54. "___ bad!" 55. Insignificant 60. Flightless Australian bird 61. Going to the dogs, e.g. 62. Sayings of Jesus 63. Alliance that includes Ukr. (acronym) 64. Main blood carrier 65. Adhesive DOWN 1. Affirmative head motion 2. "... ___ he drove out of sight" 3. Humor 4. Small hole with stitched edges 5. Pantries 6. Whacks 7. 100 kurus 8. Victorian, for one 9. Shackle 10. Betrayal of one's country 11. Puzzling 12. Embankment to prevent flooding 13. Athletic events 18. Halogen salt 22. Quick 23. Allude 24. A-list 25. At the same time 26. Poison plant 28. Avid 31. Greater in age 33. Be theatrical 34. Advice (pl.) 36. Half of Hispaniola 38. An angular measure 41. Artist locale 43. Wangle 46. Shipworm 48. Walk with a bounce 49. Montezuma, e.g. 50. AJudd 51. ___ donna 53. Bow or overhand, e.g. 56. Balloon filler 57. Self-importance 58. Half a dozen 59. Express in words GAMES AND PUZZLES Name:______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Address: _______________________________________________City: __________________________________Zip:__________________ The LAKER/ Lutz NEWS Mail in Your Game Page. Win Cobb Theatre Tickets.Complete this games page, fill out this form, and send the whole page to us for your chance to win 2 FREEmovie tickets.Mail to: Games Page, Community News Publications, P.O. Box 479, Lutz, FL 33548Entries must be received by the Monday following publication dateLAST WEEK'S WINNER MILDRED LETT OF LAND O'LAKES CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS May 16,2012 23

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